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Ascii File Converter

Converts comma or tab delimited files from EMG or force plates into the ASCII file format that Visual3D can import.
Contributed by: Nick


Notepad++ for Pipeline Scripts

XML language file for Visual3D Scripts. Offers editing visibility features like highlighting and indenting for script development.

Notepad++ is found at:
notepad-plus-plus.org
Contributed by: Seth Thomas


Launch Visual3D from Matlab

MatLab m-file to launch Visual3D and run a script. The script can be modified in MatLab too.

It is intended for automated, repetitive processing across groups of CMO files.
Contributed by: Dan Leib - Boise State University


Biomechanics Toolbar

The Biomechanics Toolbar is designed to make data processing more accessible for undergraduate teaching. It works as a traditional toolbar in Microsoft Excel and contains the following tools:
Contributed by: Jos Vanrenterghem, PhD
Liverpool John Moores University


Free CMO Reader

Program to view files created by Visual3D - both CMO files and c3d files. No updates to the files can be made. Here are some sample files:
Full body Gait Analysis
Oxford Foot Model
Articulated Hand (from Quailsys)
Vicon Golem marker set
Jaw Demo
Contributed by: C-Motion


Inexpensive Motion Capture

Whitepaper describing the use of NaturalPoint cameras to build an inexpensive motion capture lab with force plates. Compared to traditional ones too.

UPDATED May 2013
Contributed by: John


University Course PowerPoint Slides

Powerpoint Slides that accompanied courses on 3D Motion Capture technology and Biomechanics. Large 170MB package covering five topics:
- Vector and Linear Algebra and Motion Capture Systems
- Kinematics
- Kinetics
- Pose Estimation
- Force Platforms
Contributed by: Tom Kepple


Treadmill Data Example CMO

Sample CMO file of an instrumented treadmill in use.
Contributed by: Kevin Deluzio - Queens University


Sprinting Start Example CMO

A motion capture done with 15 force plates. This demonstrates the force assignments when the foot is in contact with multiple platforms.
Contributed by: Mitsuo Otsuka from Ritsumeikan University


Headstand Example CMO

Example CMO file of a person doing a headstand done with 15 force plates. This demonstrates the force assignments when the foot is in contact with multiple platforms.
Contributed by: Mitsuo Otsuka from Ritsumeikan University


Marker Set Test Data File

The journal article "Can hip and knee kinematics be improved by eliminating thigh markers?" in Clinical Biomechanics references this data set. It is a huge Visual3D CMO file (138MB zipped) of the marker set comparison study.
Contributed by: Brian Schulz, Ph.D.
(James A. Haley Veterans Medical Center, Tampa FL)