If you’re a researcher or a biomechanist looking at purchasing a new, or perhaps your first, motion tracking system, you’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed by all the options available. Not every system serves the same needs, so we’ve created this informative Buyer’s Guide to help you choose the one that would work best for you.
In this guide you’ll:
"I am a long-time user of Motion Analysis systems. I like that their solutions have a long lifespan, it allows us to easily add new cameras to the mix as we expand the lab. I also appreciate the robustness of the software, which allows me to customize tests and set up things the way I prefer."
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
"We use Motion Analysis solutions in our Human Movement Performance lab. Their technology allows us to easily capture high res data for large, whole-body volumes as well as really small volumes, such as for subtle hand movements. We appreciate that the team is so supportive and flexible."
Associate Dean of Research
"3D motion capture is a unique set of systems that allows users to quantify and measure human movement – and Motion Analysis is on the forefront of that technology."
Professor and Human Biomechanics Laboratory Director