3DMA is a family of products for biomechanical analysis based on optical motion capture. They all share a unique motion capture engine and biomechanics module, but each of the packages has been tailored to specific applications. Whether you are interested in gait analysis, running analysis or a certain joint assessment, there is a 3DMA product that will suit your needs.

Clinical 3DMA

Clinical 3DMA is taylored to meet the requirements of PT and doctors. The system can work simultaneously with third-party devices like surface EMG’s, force plantes or pressure plates. The data is synchronized and displayed on the system interface.

Data sets are presented live and automatically: Parameters, graphs and 3D views. Get immediate feedback for any dynamic adjustment of the bike.

Motion capture cameras track markers in 3D space which are used to reconstruct the actual body motion. Use pan, tilt and zoom tools to move around at will.

A well-calibrated system boasts millimetric precision and accuracy in marker tracking. Seamlessly detect 1-2 mm marker shifts anywhere in the ‘capture volume’!

Sports 3DMA

Sports 3DMA includes running, cycling and golf swing protocols, as well as a full body protocol. Analyze the entire body from head to toe with a single capture.

Interested in research? This package also offers data export functionalities (biomechanical parameters in CSV files, marker trajectories) and hardware integration (surface EMG for instance). Ask us about it!

Sports 3DMA includes a set of user-ready ‘analysis protocols’.

What exactly are these?
Protocols are a combination of software tools taylored to analyze a specific gesture or sport. Each protocol involves a marker configuration, a list of graphs, relevant biomechanical parameters, certain events calculated automatically, a dashboard and a report template. All of these are carefully designed and work together to facilitate the user’s job. The goal: to move from data collection on to data processing and result display as fast as possible.

Protocols available on 3DMA packages