Motion Analysis » 3D optical motion capture » Sports 3DMA
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FULL BODY

Assess every joint if you wish

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REAL-TIME

Instantaneous metrics

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TRUE 3D

360° view of the scene

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>100 FPS

High-speed recording

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ACCURATE

Track with 1mm error

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ADD VIDEO

Synchronized footage

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A comprehensive solution

Yes – it is possible to perform a full-body, 3D biomechanical analysis of an athlete in a matter of minutes, and also to get instantaneous results as time graphs, reports and statistics. And it works for various sports disciplines.

Meet Sports 3DMA.
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What’s in the box?

  • Cameras, cabling and sync devices
  • Calibration tool
  • Markers and tracking accessories
  • Software security dongle
  • Software installation files
  • Camera wall mounts or tripods
  • Optionally, the computer
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Analysis protocols

Sports 3DMA includes a set of user-ready ‘analysis protocols’. What exactly are these? Protocols are a combination of software tools tailored to analyze a specific gesture or sport. Each protocol involves a marker configuration, a list of plots, relevant biomechanical parameters, certain automatically calculated events, a dashboard and a report template.

All of these are carefully designed and work together to facilitate the user’s job. The goal: to move from data collection on to data processing & results display as fast as possible.

(*) Currently in construction.

  • Full-body cycling analysis
  • Cycling lateral analysis
  • Bike measurement
  • Running on treadmill
  • Golf swing analysis
  • Generic full-body analysis
  • Individual joint analysis
  • Vertical jump/CMJ (*)

Integrations

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EXPORT

TRC, CSV and more

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OTHER DEVICES

EMG, platforms and more

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NEED A PROTOCOL?

Ask for your custom protocol

Customer cases

Bike fitting / Triathlete

Running analysis

Bike fitting / Road bike

What is the running ‘flight phase’?