Qinematic has developed software for 3D marker-less motion capture and human movement analysis
Human movement has been studied by dancers, artists and scientists for centuries. The best way to record, playback and measure human movement is with a 3D camera and computer software. The attention to detail, ease of playback, and measurement in milliseconds is far superior to what can be achieved by a person using visual observation and old fashioned analogue reporting. More importantly, instant 3D video is an amazing communication tool for educating people about their movement, and for objective identification of strengths and weaknesses.
The movements in Posture Scan are chosen to capture the foundations of everyday human movement. The scan protocol is standardised to make the results comparable and the analysis reliable. Each movement should be ‘practiced’ along with the instruction video, and then record their performance during the subsequent repetitions. A scan should be performed in tight, non-reflective clothing or underwear, in a quiet room without distractions. If the candidate wears loose clothing that changes the outline of the body (like a skirt, jacket or loose trousers), the results may be inaccurate.
1. Standing balance
2. Side bending
4. Balance on right leg
5. Balance on left leg
6. Squat on right leg
7. Squat on left leg