28 April 2021
From analysing the movement of dancers, to developing an improved basketball shoe, to rehabilitating wounded soldiers, biomechanics is a vital field of work in research centers, universities, and hospitals all over the world.
And those involved in the field of biomechanics – whether it be animal biomechanics, sport biomechanics, or industrial biomechanics – will agree that motion capture is an important tool to provide them with accurate and precise data when assessing the movement of their subjects.
So what is motion capture for biomechanics? Let’s find out a bit more:
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