Motion Imaging Corporation’s line of Motion Analysis software is capable of integrating a variety of cameras and configurations, offering a complete solution for capturing and analyzing sport activities as they occur on the playing field or in a laboratory setting. In the field, whether it is used as a coaching tool or for research, DMAS6 permits camera control and capture by utilizing a laptop and camera system to quickly analyze motion.
Many activities in sports require the motion to be captured with high-speed cameras so as to capture the most precise detail of every movement. MIC has a long-standing relationship with NAC Image Technology that allows us to integrate a wide variety of high-speed cameras with extremely high frame rates at mega pixel resolution.
In addition, the use of eye tracking equipment is becoming common in the area of sport analysis and performance. Visit our Tech Center and download some recent studies using the Eye Mark Recorder EMR-8B as used by researchers in the sport fields of rugby, soccer, snow skiing and fishing.
Whether your interest is in utilizing the captured data as a coaching tool or in analyzing and preventing injury from repetitive motions, DMAS6 is the robust tool allowing the flexibility and reliability to capture analyze the data. MIC offers a variety of different camera and lens configurations allowing for the capture of the smallest movements to movement in large venues.
Motion Imaging Corporation has the video capture and analysis system for all your 2D and 3D analysis needs. DMAS—Coach is designed for the times when a quick analysis of basic biomechanical data is needed. Coach was created to gather video and simply click on specific frames to determine angular values for anything in view. Coach provides the means to get displacement data and angular data by simply clicking on the image. Data such as step distance, jump height, angle of release is given in a few simple clips. Coach also provides the means to synchronously compare two videos and the data to see how much correction has been achieved. Coach is the ultimate tool when it comes to allowing the athlete to quickly visualize specific actions. A picture is worth a 1000 words and this is definitely the case when coaching comes into place. The visual feedback allows the athlete a better understanding of what is trying to be conveyed. Comparison of pre and post corrections allow the athlete’s movements to be compared visually as well as quantitatively.
DMAS6 puts high-performance, versatile motion analysis tools within reach of more research and test users. Motion Imaging Corporation, introduces the latest in motion analysis technology, the DMAS6 Digital Motion Analysis Suite of products.
By taking advantage of recent developments in processing and networking, we are able to offer performance and accuracy previously unavailable to the motion capture industry. Our software uses the latest and most advanced tracking algorithms with subpixel marker centroid calculations.
The DMAS6 system is designed around the very latest in digital imaging, allowing DMAS6 to take full advantage of recent advances in camera, image processing and networking technologies. DMAS6 can control a variety of digital cameras with dynamic ranges from 30Hz to 2000Hz. DMAS6 is also available with fiber optic cables, ideal when you need to maximum distance between cameras and imaging stations.
Motion Imaging Corporation introduces the complete solution for all your 2D, 3D, 6DOF tracking needs. DMAS-6 is capable of acquiring video data from multiple cameras as well as synchronized analog/digital data. The system allows you to select from manual, automatic or real time tracking methods. DMAS-6 is unique in that recorded video and data are simultaneously captured, calculated, synchronized and displayed in real time; hence eliminating the need for much of the post processing labor required competing motion analysis systems.
In a single mouse click, DMAS-6 is capable of digitizing markers automatically for the entire video, all while storing the video image for each camera. This enables a thorough comparison of the data while viewing all the images from every camera. Analyzing your data is made easier and by DMAS-6, providing robust options for your customization through use of internal scripting or utilizing the C++ SDK. DMAS-6 is comprised of modualr components that enable the program to keep track of all synchronized data enabling the capabilty of complex calculations to be performed . The end result is a cost-effective system that Motion Imaging Corporation can deliver or you can integrate on your own.
Motion Imaging Corporation has the video capture and analysis system for all your 2D and 3D analysis needs. DMAS – DV is a component of DMAS Suite that allows for video that has been collected outside of DMAS from multiple cameras to be formatted so as to take advantage of all the components of DMAS-6. If synchronized video has been collected from trials not utilizing DMAS Capture, DMAS-DV marries together the calibration and collection files enabling calculations to output all required data calculations into DMAS-Reporter. Thus, enabling a thorough comparison of the video data while viewing all the images from every camera. Analyzing your data is made easier and more robust by DMAS-6 providing options for your customization through use of internal scripting or utilizing the C++ SDK.
Motion Imaging Corporation offers the latest in eye tracking and measurement systems from NAC Image Technology. Available in either head-mounted or contact-free devices, our systems employ the pupil/corneal reflection process. This technology utilizes sub-pixel rendering to enable precise measurement of the subject’s line of vision, while virtually eliminating errors due to faulty
Motion Imaging Corporation introduces EMR-8. The Eye Mark Recorder EMR-8B is a head mounted eye tracker available in both single and dual eye measurement versions. The EMR-8B contains a special optical system that compensates for strong external light. As a result, a stable line of vision measurement is possible even during daylight hours. Calibration is quick and simple, requiring minimal operator training while achieving easy and accurate results.
No PC is required for date measurement, so activities can be performed in a wide variety of locations including outside or in vehicles. Parallax correction of both eyes is conducted during measurement so the focal point and eye marks can be matched at any distance. In addition, simultaneous time axis measurement is possible with other measurement equipment using the optional counter reset box. Quantitative analysis such as stationary points, trajectory display and pupil diameter can be measured with the optional analysis system.
The EMR-8B can be used with the EVaRT data capture and post analysis software offered by Motion Analysis Corporation ( MAC ), providing data for both eye movement and body motion analysis. Finally, simultaneous measurement of both eyes, convergence angles and pupil diameter can also be measured with optional detection unit.
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