The feature is now available on Visual 3D v5.02.24, and as a free upgrade.
MVN BIOMECH, a sensor-based inertial mocap solution, is designed to record human movement everywhere. Using Visual3D, a subject’s position and orientation, as well as velocity and acceleration, can be tracked, according to a media release from Xsens and C-Motion.
“Importing data out of MVN Studio BIOMECH is simple, no coding required,” says Hein Beute, product manager for Xsens, in the release. “If a ballplayer gets hurt now, his doctors can put him in our suit, use Visual3D to assess his movement, and then create a highly detailed, scientifically based plan for his recovery.”
“Inertial data provides a level of freedom our customers wanted, and a new type of data they didn’t have easy access to before,” states Tom Kepple, CTO at C-Motion, in the release. “This advancement in technology will give medical researchers more data and options which can only improve the quality of care for their patients.”
[Source(s): Xsens, C-Motion, PRWeb]