Cutting-edge technology for future-ready industrial applications
We provide expandable 3D motion analysis solutions for military, engineering, robotics, industrial designers. Our trusted solution, Cortex, provides easy integration with a wide range of control systems, and its industrial applications include research on ergonomic conditions, product development, and testing. We also provide a VRPN server for streaming real-time data from Cortex to a range of engineering, simulation, and virtual reality applications requiring six degrees of freedom (6 DoF) tracked objects.
Accurately collect the feedback you need in real-time
Cortex has been trusted by industry leaders for decades. It enables accurate and precise low-latency measurement of kinetic movement and body angles, so industrial users can effectively identify and correct ergonomic issues that lead to injury or design more effective ergonomic products.Our solution
Generate accurate movement data at high volumes
Cortex is able to track anywhere from one subject to an entire squad, making it an ideal solution for applications such as military training in immersive, real-time 3D virtual reality environments. Our systems offer low-latency streaming, greatly reducing the chance of subjects experiencing motion sickness.Our solution
Achieve precise data collection and translation
Cortex can also be used as a validation for drone flight paths, programming mechanical movements in robotics, aiding animation students in creating characters with realistic human movements, and helping to drive user-developed content in various applications, including VR.Our solution
World-class movement analysis for superior simulation
Our systems can transfer real-life objects into digital settings or create 3D virtual objects. Capable of seamless integration into any VR, AR, or CAVE system, our low-latency motion tracking systems are completely scalable with the ability to handle any capture space. Cortex supports drivers for all major graphics engines, HMDs, and eye trackers. Jumping into the VR active environment is quick and easy; as soon as the markers are placed, the system is ready to go.Learn more
Fast, efficient digital prototyping
Cortex enables product manufacturers to design digital prototypes, reducing the costs and time incurred by creating physical prototypes. These digital prototypes enable users to conduct thorough design analysis and revisions before putting the finished design into production. In the event that a flaw is found in the design, Cortex makes it easy to revise it at no additional expense.Learn more
A powerful tool for defining skeleton hierarchies with precisely defined joint centers.
A versatile tool that takes data collected by Cortex and provides multimedia feedback based on predefined values.
The industry’s only self-contained full-body kinetics and kinematics measurement package and custom model creation tool.
A tool used to gather, integrate, and present interactive motion capture data in a seamless manner.
Software that allows the synchronized capture and play-back of reference video data from either a stationary or moving DV camera.
A powerful skeletal creation, setup and motion-solving tool that solves captured marker data onto a skeleton. The marker data drives a pre-defined, rigid, hierarchical skeleton definition.
"I am a long-time user of Motion Analysis systems. I like that their solutions have a long lifespan, it allows us to easily add new cameras to the mix as we expand the lab. I also appreciate the robustness of the software, which allows me to customize tests and set up things the way I prefer."
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
"We use Motion Analysis solutions in our Human Movement Performance lab. Their technology allows us to easily capture high res data for large, whole-body volumes as well as really small volumes, such as for subtle hand movements. We appreciate that the team is so supportive and flexible."
Associate Dean of Research
"3D motion capture is a unique set of systems that allows users to quantify and measure human movement – and Motion Analysis is on the forefront of that technology."
Professor and Human Biomechanics Laboratory Director
Motion Analysis also provides a VRPN server for streaming real-time data from Cortex to a range of engineering, simulation, and virtual reality applications requiring six degree of freedom (6 DoF) tracked objects.Talk to us to learn more