3DMA is a family of products for biomechanical analysis based on optical motion capture and tracking. They all share a unique motion capture engine and biomechanics module, but each of the packages has been tailored to specific applications. Whether you are interested in gait analysis, running analysis or a certain joint assessment, there is a 3DMA product that will suit your needs.
The ease of use is one of the main goals of all 3DMA products. However, this should not be at odds with providing rich and meaningful data… So how is this balance achieved? In 3DMA, each analysis protocol is made up of 6 components that help conduct the analysis very efficiently. These components are: the predefined markersets, the auto-labelling algorithm, a 3D scene definition with visual elements, a dashboard with real-time calculations, a graphs module and an automated report generator with templates.
Cycling 3DMA – Professional Bike fitting
The ultimate solution for 3D cycling analysis and bike fitting, based on optical motion capture. Collect real-time, full-body biomechanical data instantly – then use the system to accurately measure the final bike adjustments in 3D, and hand a detailed, personalized report to the customer.
Running 3DMA – Professional Gait Analysis
Running 3DMA is a full-body, 3D motion analysis tool specifically developed for carrying out running analysis. This system allows the sports expert to focus on every technical detail during a running motion, helping improve the athlete’s running skills as well as preventing bad gestures that may evolve in injuries.
The ultimate solution for Sports Scientists. Sports motion capture software and wearable technology in professional sports.
A tool developed for rehabilitation, neurological examination and general biomechanics. Clinical 3DMA offers a simple workflow for doctors to look at 3D kinematics, with immediate and visually rich reports and the possibility of synchronizing with force plates, surface EMG and more.
Golf 3DMA – Swing motion analysis
The ultimate solution for 3D golf swing analysis.
Based on HD, high-speed video analysis, 2DMA products can be the perfect tool for quick assessments at permanent or temporary locations. Its functional yet astonishingly visual interface is the perfect feedback for athletes and coaches.
Human motion tracking based on IMUs (Inertial Measurement Units) can be advantageous in certain cases: for example, when portability is strictly required – high-end inertial sensors like STT-IWS may well suit the needs of those who need a quick analysis on a specific joint or even on the entire body, but do not wish to be bound to a certain location.
The primary source of data in iSen are the STT-IWS inertial units. These sensors have been carefully designed, manufactured and calibrated to ensure: