In Motion

The Myth of "Sports Science" Data

Posted by Bennet Watson

Oct 19, 2015 10:24:02 AM


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Topics: How-To Posts and Guides

zFlo Tips and Tricks - Editing the Display of Analog Data in TEMPLO (Force and EMG)

Posted by Oliver Watson

Sep 4, 2015 10:50:30 AM

In this Tips and Tricks post, we will be going over how to edit the display of analog data in TEMPLO.  Please note that this post is only relevant to those capturing EMG, Force, or IMU data in TEMPLO.  As always, if you use one of our systems and would like to see an explanation posted on our blog, feel free to contact us, either via email or in the comment sections below.

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How to Analyze Jumping

Posted by Oliver Watson

Jun 30, 2015 3:33:00 PM

What is Jumping Analysis?

Jumping analysis is defined as the measurement of key parameters of athletes'/patients'/subjects' jumping mechanics.  Jumping analysis, when conducted using the right tools, is considered to be an objective tool for diagnostics, research and evalution of specific parameters, including, for example: mechanical power, flight time, positive and negative impulse.  

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GigE vs. IP: which cameras are ideal for gait analysis?

Posted by Oliver Watson

Nov 13, 2014 8:26:00 AM

Video based gait, running, and motion analysis have different requirements.  From high frame rate and resolution requirements, to external data collection integration, there are a multitude of different software platforms that can provide solutions to clinicians' needs.  However, for the majority of professionals conducting analyses on clients or patients, the most important factor is, and always will be: video.  

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Topics: How-To Posts and Guides, Motion Analysis Hardware

Data Transfer Part 2: USB 3.0 (Posture/Sport/Gait Analysis)

Posted by Oliver Watson

Jul 1, 2014 8:47:00 AM

In continuation of our series on different types of data transfer mediums, today we will be discussing USB 3.0, as well as its humble beginnings as USB 1.0 and USB 2.0.  

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Topics: How-To Posts and Guides

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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.