Motion capture data from Xsens’ MVN BIOMECH can now be directly imported into C-Motion’s analysis and reporting tool Visual3D.

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.”

For more information, visit Xsens and C-Motion.

[Source(s): Xsens, C-Motion, PRWeb]