The field of biomechanics provides limitless possibilities as it relates to animals. Equines systems provide critical data for injury prevention and performance improvement. Our systems are used to research and analyze horses, dogs, lab rats, birds, bats, monkeys, butterflies and much more.
Optical motion capture provides accurate 3D-positions of the different limbs and body parts and thus enables the creation of biomechanical models describing the animals’ movement apparatus. The motion capture technology is very non-intrusive, only light-weight small markers needs to be attached to the animal and will not disturb the normal movement pattern in the measurement situation.
The Raptor-12HS Digital RealTime System consists of Raptor-12HS digital cameras and Cortex software. At 12MP and operating at 300 fps at full resolution and up to 2,000 fps at windowed resolution, the Raptor-12HS is an excellent choice for large volumes with multiple subjects or where the need for very small markers is important.
The Raptor-4S Digital RealTime System is Motion Analysis’ newest camera. It has a small physical size but a mighty 4MP resolution at 180 fps and a FOV of 48 x 48 degrees at 12.5mm fixed lens. Coupled with Cortex software, the Raptor-4S will meet your demands for real-time, accurate, clean motion capture data.