In Motion

Moticon FAQ - Recording Modes

Posted by Oliver Watson

Nov 22, 2017 2:26:00 PM

This is the first post in a series of blogs delving into the intricacies of the Moticon sensor insole system.  We receive questions from practitioners, coaches, and researchers daily regarding the functionality of the system, and this series will serve to answer some of the most common questions we field.  

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Topics: How-To Posts and Guides

Moticon FAQ: Moticon Physio Software

Posted by Oliver Watson

Nov 14, 2017 11:16:00 AM

In terms of wearable devices for clinical use, very few systems are able to compare with the Moticon Physio Sensor Insoles.  These robust and unique data collection devices collect a vivid wealth of data on patient gait, timing, and pressure distribution over time.  

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Topics: Software

Moticon FAQ: Moticon Science Software

Posted by Oliver Watson

Nov 6, 2017 9:58:00 AM

In this post, we will be comparing and contrasting the various software versions that accompany the Moticon Science Sensor Insole system.  

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Topics: Software

Moticon FAQ - Types of Insoles

Posted by Oliver Watson

Oct 31, 2017 2:18:06 PM

In this post we will take a look at the Moticon Sensor Insole Product line in order to dig through the different versions of the insoles that are available to customers in North America.  There are specific insoles for clinicians and therapists, as well as for research oriented users.

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Topics: Motion Analysis Hardware

Customer Spotlight: Peter Ferguson, Ashburnham Foot & Ankle Centre

Posted by Oliver Watson

Sep 19, 2017 2:31:40 PM

Recently I was able to speak with Peter Ferguson and discuss his use of MotionMetrix over the last 8 months.  Peter is doing fantastic work treating a wide range of conditions at his practice in Peterborough, Ontario, so, with his help, we put together this post to examine his approach to treating patients, and how technology helps him offer the best possible care. 

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Topics: Customer Spotlight

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The zFlo blog is maintained by our team in hopes of providing some insight into the motion-analysis industry. We work with a large number of companies and have over 10 years of experience working with video and optical motion capture technology - this is where we do our best to explain some of the more important aspects of how this technology can be used.