Life Science

Measure movements. Export functional movements for further analysis or give feedback to patients in real-time. Tens of thousands of subjects have been tracked with our technology including over a thousand Kindergarten children aged 3-6.

Getting people ready for motion capture takes quite a long time when marker- or inertial-sensor-based systems are used. This per actor setup time can be prohibitive in the world of life sciences where many people/patients are scanned or the patients are so weak that they cannot endure the entire procedure or have a low attention span like children.

Moreover, when motion data are gathered over a period of time to estimate progress/decline in patients’ motor skills, the placement of markers has to be very precise and consistent between different sessions.

Our technology does not suffer from these drawbacks. Tracking of a new subject can begin immediately, and a personalized tracking model of the subject is established within 20 seconds from the time tracking starts.

Biomechanical scores are more consistent between sessions with our technology, since there is no source of bias, like marker placement in classical motion capture systems.