The dancer is equipped with two different types of wearable sensors. The first type of sensor is integrated into shoes and measures the pressure that the dancer exerts while touching the ground. The second type of sensor can be worn on any other body part and measures acceleration and orientation.
In addition, the dancer is also recorded using a color and distance camera and a microphone.
The decision to work predominantly with wearable sensors is motivated by the desire to record data that is aligned with the egocentric perspective of the dancer.