3D- TRACKING-UNITS & FORCE-PLATES
The compact construction and integrated multi-camera system of the mobile MCU tracking units support an exceptionally efficient motion recording. Thanks to its high flexibility, large measurement volume and excellent accuracy, the entry model MCU MOVE offers the user an impressive level of performance.
The active, easy-to-handle infrared multi-markers enable fixture even on very small measuring points. Should high transmission capacity be required, the high-power markers are applied. All markers are cable connected and the length of the cable can be adapted to individual requirements. Both the power supply of the markers and the remote data transmission to the tracking unit are provided by the compact controller box, which is carried by the person being analyzed.
To interact the motion analysis with dynamic data, e. g. forces and moments, the mobile 3D force plates can be set up quickly and simply. Easy to store, and adjustable to almost every flat surface, they complement the MCU tracking units perfectly.
Due to a balanced price-performance ratio, the Laitronic Force-Plates are ideal for all users, who are not only seeking a high performance but also looking for optimal cost efficiency.
The Laitronic force plates can be combined with all conventional motion tracking systems. The Force-Plates are also eminently suited for stand-alone use without the tracking unit.
AS XPLORE ANALYSIS SOFTWARE
VERSATILE AND FREELY CONFIGURABLE
The versatile analysis software is used mainly in scientific research. Complex, highly-specific motion sequences can be quantified, analyzed, controlled and saved for documentation using AS X-PLORE. This is important for later comparative measurements.
In the same manner this applies to all other connected measurement devices, as for example force plates, EMG or ECG electrodes.
Every user can create individual analysis routines quickly and simply using this clearly arranged software user interface. An export function is available in the appropriate data format for further processing of the data.
The motion patterns are reproduced in real-time using computer animation. If a video camera is connected, the software can synchronize the image with the marker points, thus demonstrating the motion sequences most clearly and vividly.