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:
- Gain a clearer understanding of what motion capture is, the common applications of it in biomechanics, and the challenges you might face when choosing the right system for your needs.
- Get an overview of the various system types and learn the difference between optical, non-optical, passive, and active systems.
- Be guided on how to select the right software, including what questions you should be asking and the top features you should be looking for.