Advances in markerless tracking used for human movement analysis
February 18, 2021, 16:00 UTC
The gold standard assessment of normal and pathologic human movement is laboratory-based optoelectronic three-dimensional motion analysis. This type of equipment is relatively expensive, and requires a dedicated lab and specific expertise to conduct. The equipment imposes several restrictions on the assessment of motion, as analysis is restricted to the lab, markers need to be placed on specific anatomical landmarks, and specific clothing is required to reduce marker movement error.
This symposium will present the most recent advances of markerless tracking options to assess human movement, including their advantages and disadvantages and some examples of application (e.g. gait analysis, assessment of balance control and movement disorders).
The symposium will consist of keynote presentations, invited speaker presentations and live Q&A periods over a duration of 2.5 hours.
Register now to participate in this free online symposium.