Modelling / Simulation
The purpose of this study was to compare gait kinematics measured with a markerless motion capture system against data measured with a marker-based motion capture system. A sample of 14 over-ground walking trials were captured simultaneously with two camcorders (60Hz) and an 8-camera marker system. The markerless data was further processed to landmarks using markerless human movement automatic capture system (FastMove). Body landmarks data of X and Z coordinates were highly consistent between the two systems, while data of Y coordinate showed low consistency. The Bland-Altman plots’ results showed low agreement between individual measurements of the maximum and minimum of knee and ankle flexion angles from both systems against the average of the measurements
World Athletics Award
Hong, Wuyue; Li, Hanjun; Yang, Yufeng; Zhou, Yulin; and Ding, Jialin
"COMPARISON OF MARKER AND MARKERLESS MOTION CAPTURE SYSTEM FOR GAIT KINEMATICS,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 40:
1, Article 67.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol40/iss1/67