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iSen software is now compatible with Unity for character animation

iSen software is now compatible with Unity for character animation

Sep 27, 2017

iSen, our motion capture system including inertial sensors and processing software, now includes a plugin for Unity, allowing users to stream animation data into this visualization engine in real time. Experience the character animation in a new way: full-body tracking, with no permanent installation and live visualization.

Runner recommends 3D Motion Analysis

Runner recommends 3D Motion Analysis

Aug 30, 2017

How is a running 3D analysis tool used in practice? It’s no secret that using a 3D system for running analysis will provide a great variety of biomechanical parameters, accurately and in real time. When dealing with runners, these systems help improving their technique, preventing injuries and assessing recovery. But how is a running 3D…

Tennis analysis with iSen

Tennis analysis with iSen

May 8, 2015

Tennis is a popular sport in many places and it is considered a highly technical discipline. Success requires a mix of player talent, good coaching, appropriate instruments or equipment and an understanding of certain aspects of sport science. Biomechanics is a key area in player development because all strokes have a fundamental mechanical structure and…

University of Virginia’s animated mascot

University of Virginia’s animated mascot

Apr 30, 2015

Erik Elvgren is an experienced animator and producer who works at the University of Virginia. He is behind the creation of “The Adventures of Cavman”, a short pre-produced video package on the big stadium’s big screen that shows Virginia’s football mascot in a virtual battle with the opposing team’s mascot, as a way to get…

Gait and Balance Analysis Lab

Gait and Balance Analysis Lab

Apr 23, 2015

An optical motion capture system is an extremely powerful tool for the professional into the motion analysis. It provides an accurate tracking of anatomical points, and if the right analysis protocols are used, the resulting data will help determine pathologies and assess the evolution of a person’s biomechanics. The Faculty of Physio Therapy of the…

Meet us at ISBS 2015 (Poitiers)

Meet us at ISBS 2015 (Poitiers)

Apr 14, 2015

The International Conference of Biomechanics in Sports is an annual conference organised by ISBS (International Society of Biomechanics in Sports). In 2015 this conference will be held in Poitiers, France, at the campus of the Université de Poitiers, one of the oldest universities in Europe. This year around 500 experts from more than 50 countries…

STT’s new partner in Turkey: Inosens

STT’s new partner in Turkey: Inosens

Apr 13, 2015

Inosens is a young company formed by talented and experienced people, and with focus on biomechanics and 3D scanning. They are located in the stunning Teknopark of Istanbul. Ismail Uzun, General Manager at Inosens, explains that ‘our aim is to provide innovative and sensitive solutions to take a decisive role in the future of a…

STT-IBS sensors & interactive virtual reality

STT-IBS sensors & interactive virtual reality

Apr 8, 2015

The ENIT (L’Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tarbes, in France) is one of many customers using STT’s inertial sensors for research related to interactive virtual reality. Their lab, says Mourad Benoussaad, lead Engineer and Researcher at the site, “includes an optical-based motion capture system, a haptic arm, and a projectors for a stereo display”. He explains…

FINA World Swimming Championships

FINA World Swimming Championships

Apr 4, 2015

Building on the experience acquired during Barcelona 2003 World Swimming Championships (STT InThePool 1.0 system) and Barcelona 2013 FINA World Swimming Championship, STT has developed InThePool 2.0, a powerful tool for swimming analysis based on camera tracking and machine vision algorithms. InThePool system was installed in the main swimming pool at the Palau Sant Jordi…

“Recent advances in biomechanical analysis systems” (Institut Català del Peu)

“Recent advances in biomechanical analysis systems” (Institut Català del Peu)

Mar 31, 2015

On March 21st and 22nd the course “Recent advances in biomechanical analysis systems” was held at Casa Valencia (Barcelona), with the participation of Dr. Virginia Novel Martí (Professor Emeritus, University of Barcelona), faculty of the Department of Podiatry (UB) and STT Systems. Los días 20 y 21 de marzo se realizó en la Casa Valencia…

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