Track and analyze kinetics and dynamic motion in real-time with this powerful research-grade motion capture system that features exceptional spatial and temporal accuracy. Overview Features Software Technical Specifications Purchasing Details…
Sports science, for example, is one area where motion capture is being used to enhance physical performance and allow for greater analysis of movement. By recording and comparing successful performance to the average, an instructor can identify areas for improvement that will lead to better results. For the first time, this technology allows the athlete to retrospectively analyze subtle areas of their performance.
Ultra-high accuracy tracking tools are now commonplace in medical simulation from echocardiography through to keyhole surgery. This enables students to get access to a realistic training program without the danger of practicing on patients or having to be limited to theoretical learning processes.
Physiotherapy patients, or those with sporting injuries, can benefit from motion capture technology in highlighting problems with their movement. By being able to accurately measure minor alterations (in all axis of movement) across a number of sessions gives professionals a way to quantify improvement or degradation.
From gait labs to stadiums
OptiTrack cameras provide the most expansive coverage in optical tracking, enabling high-precision tracking in almost any configuration.
OptiTrack Prime 17W
Wide angle coverage for large volumes in smaller spaces.
With an amazing 70° field of view, spread across 1.7 MP of resolution, the Prime 17W offers expansive camera coverage. Combined with 360 FPS capture rate, it’s a truly multi-talented camera.
Validated Biomechanics Markersets
Motive supports numerous biomechanics markersets, with a focus on scientific and anatomically-valid options. Whether your analysis takes place in Visual3D, The MotionMonitor, MATLAB, or another third-party tool, these markersets provide a robust marker tracking and auto-labeller.
Prefer a more detailed markerset for multi-segment studies? Motive’s standard markersets can be augmented with additional markers for capturing more verbose datasets.
OptiTrack for Movement Sciences
OptiTrack offers a blend of performance and usability that produces high-precision, biomechanically-relevant motion capture data via workflows that are unprecedented in their simplicity.
Native support for force plates, EMGs, and analog signal display and acquisition enables ready access to analysis in Visual3D, The MotionMonitor, MATLAB, or other third party biomechanics packages.
One-click subject calibration
Calibrate new skeletons in an instant, with a single button click, for subject setup that is unprecedented in its speed and simplicity.
Extensive native support for Visual3D & The MotionMonitor
Motive focuses on what OptiTrack does best—providing a simple path to capturing the highest quality 3D data in the industry. For the most advanced biomechanics analysis and reporting on the market, we recommend Visual3D or The MotionMonitor—now with enhanced support from Motive.
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