1 August 1990 Recent software developments for biomechanical assessment
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Proceedings Volume 1356, Image-Based Motion Measurement; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.23891
Event: Image-Based Motion Measurement, 1990, La Jolla, CA, United States
While much of the software developed in research laboratories is narrow in focus and suited for a specific experiment, some of it is broad enough and of high enough quality to be useful to others in solving similar problems. Several biomechanical assessment packages are now beginning to emerge, including: * 3D research biomechanics (5- and 6-DOF) with kinematics, kinetics, 32-channel analog data subsystem, and project management. * 3D full-body gait analysis with kinematics, kinetics, EMG charts, and force plate charts. * 2D dynamic rear-foot assessment. * 2D occupational biomechanics lifting task and personnel assessments. * 2D dynamic gait analysis. * Multiple 2D dynamic spine assessments. * 2D sport and biomechanics assessments with kinematics and kinetics. * 2D and 3D equine gait assessments.
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John O. B. Greaves, John O. B. Greaves, } "Recent software developments for biomechanical assessment", Proc. SPIE 1356, Image-Based Motion Measurement, (1 August 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.23891; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.23891

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