A tool developed for rehabilitation, neurological examination and general biomechanics. Clinical 3DMA offers a simple workflow for doctors to look at 3D kinematics, with immediate and visually rich reports and the possibility of synchronizing with force plates, surface EMG and more.
FULL-BODYSingle joint to full-body assessment
Instantaneous metrics and graphs
360° view of the scene and motion
High frame rate ensures finest data
Marker tracking error under 1mm
Synchronize with reference footage
- Motion capture cameras/accessories
- Calibration and tracking tools
- High-end consumer-grade computer
- Software license
- Synchronized reference video
- Space needed: A minimum of 5x6m area (7×10 or more recommended).
- Number of cameras: A minimum of 6 cameras (8 or more recommended).
- Camera frame rate: A minimum of 100FPS, up to a maximum of 360FPS, determined by the camera model chosen.
3-axial joint analysis
Whenever convenient for data completeness in an analysis protocol, its marker configurations will ensure a proper analysis in all 3 axes.
A smart post-processing algorithm will automatically detect relevant events throughout the recording, such as heel strike or toe off.
Automatic mean values
The kinematic module will review the entire recording, spot valid cycles and/or events, and use them to compute meaningful statistics.
Keep record of your captures for every patient
Easily generate separate files: TRC, (C3D), CSV, AVI
User-defined conditions are checked during the capture
Add a simple webcam or high-speed camera
Moving from data collection to data processing is a simple process in Clinical 3DMA, with its user-ready ‘analysis protocols’:
- Gait analysis on adults
- Gait analysis on children
- Basic full-body tracking
- Cervical analysis
- Lumbar analysis
- Shoulder analysis
- Ankle analysis (one or both)
- Other joints (wrists, hips…)
- Index of stability and balance analysis (*)
(*) Under construction
External device integration
Complementing the kinematic analysis with additional sources of data is often desirable. Clinical 3DMA can take care of synchronizing all sources and importing the resulting data for a unified review.
The Electromyography Sensor (EMG) allows the user to measure the electrical activity of muscles. Clinical 3DMA is able to read EMG signals and synchronize it with the 3D motion capture.
Force plates allow measuring the ground reaction force and torque during the period of foot contact. The resulting force can be given as a single component (Fz) or in the three components (Fx, Fy, Fz).
Foot pressure plates are the most accurate and cost-effective way to identify the plantar pressure profile. Clinical 3DMA allows the data sync and offline import integration.