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C-Motion Product Documentation


News: Visual3D version 6 has been released (September 2016).
See the v6 List of Changes here.

Visual3D™ is the most advanced biomechanics analysis software for 3D motion capture data available. With Visual3D™ you can accurately analyze 3D movements using your own data, analysis techniques, marker sets, and data capture systems.

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Inspect3D provides a powerful tool to query and manage motion capture data; Reduce the data to signals that are free from artifact or errors; Explore your data efficiently; Classify and Analyze your data statistically; Export the data to third party statistical analysis tools.

The Inspect3D program accesses Visual3D's CMO library directly, and is thus ideal for exploring large amounts of data from the library. Visual3D tends to be a "session based" analysis tool, and is used to process data from one (or a few) data collection sessions, rather than a project based tool. Inspect3D was created to bridge the gap between the analysis of the Motion Capture data collected from a single subject to the scientific effort of making sense of data from a group or population.

Inspect3D Documentation

CalTester is an easy-to-use tool and software program to provide needed configuration and calibration information of a laboratory's motion and force measurement systems. It also can be used to find the accurate position, orientation, and corners of a force plate used with an optical motion capture system. The CalTester software handles instrumented treadmills and force structures.

Note: CalTester+ has been replaced with Visual3D's CalTester tab option. Visual3D can be configured as a stand-alone CalTester application for those who do not have Visual3D licenses.



Other Software

AMASS Marker Calibration and Tracking for NaturalPoint systems from Dr. Andrew Dainis.
Moments of Inertia The Inertia program is based on collaboration with Fred Yeadon Loughbrough University.


Moving a Visual3D License to a new computer
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