Day: January 21, 2017

Assessing vertical jump development at all levels in childhood using a low-cost motion capture approach

Assessing vertical jump development at all levels in childhood using a low-cost motion capture approach Author: SGRÒ, F.,et al , 2015 Understanding the developmental levels of fundamental movement skills has a critical role in the improvement of motor competence in childhood. In this respect, the use of Microsoft Kinect to assess vertical jumping skill and …

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Accuracy of a low-cost novel computer-vision dynamic movement assessment: potential limitations and future directions

Author: M. McGroarty, 2016 The aim of the study was to perform a preliminary validation of a low cost markerless motion capture system (CAPTURE) against an industry gold standard (Vicon). Measurements of knee valgus and flexion during the performance of a countermovement jump (CMJ) between CAPTURE and Vicon were compared. After correction algorithms were applied …

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