Smart coaching in martial arts is one of the recent research areas in Human Motion Analysis. Numerous moves are performed incorrectly during the performance. In this project we offer a system that will record the Players’ movements using IR (Infrared) camera sensor, store the data in a database, pre-process the data, classify the data using F-DTW (Fast Dynamic Time Warping) and then show the users an accurate report that contains every movement the player had done, their mistakes and how to improve their performance the next time. This approach focuses on the Karate Kata 1 (Hein Shodan) moves. The system has reached an accuracy of 93.65% in classifying the moves and an incorrect version of the moves that involved a common mistake.
1. Detecting Karate movements and displaying it in real-time.
2. Highlights the mistake made by the Karate player while performing and displays how to perform the move correctly.
3. Evaluates the overall performance of a Karate player and provide a score.
4. The system can generate a full report of the player movements.
5. Karate coach/player can register on the system and the coach could be linked with the students to track their progress.
6. The player’s previous history can be viewed in the system.
1. Help Karate players who don’t have Karate coaches.
2. Assist Karate coaches.
3. Extract body position mistakes that could be hard to be noticed by a coach.
4. User data can be recorded and analyzed, thus improving the player’s experience and training.
Documents and Presentations
You will find here the documents and presentation for our proposal.
You will find here the documents and presentation for our SRS.
You will find here the documents and presentation for our SDD.
You will find here the documents and presentation for our Thesis
iKarate: Improving Karate Kata
iKarate: Karate Kata Guidance System
The 10th UGRF Special Edition: Egyptian Junior Researcher Competition
Won the 1st place in the information technology and computer science Track