Motion Capture Uses

Motion Capture for Education
Medical Studies

Motion Capture can provide tremendous insight for students of medicine to better understand how the body works. Not only does it provide tools to learn to better analyze and rehabilitate medical anomalies - it also provides a tool to actually look inside a body and see it while it moves.

Use of motion capture also helps medical students quantify the improvement over time of their rehabilitation or surgical efforts - they can directly ascertain gains in balance and range of movement.

Here's an example of PhaseSpace technology being used to help focus x-rays exactly where needed to better diagnose injuries while the body is actually moving.

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