One of the greatest problems in rehabilitation and fitness is the gap between objectivity and efficiency in assessing patients. Practitioners and trainers in these industries have been forced to rely on centuries-old, hand-held tools (goniometers and inclinometers) that are cumbersome and difficult to use. As a result, most practitioners and trainers simply “eyeball” their assessments, leading to inaccuracies.
This is why EliteX 360 is proud to use Kintetisense 3D motion capture software. Proper movement is critical to health, and the Kinetisense system allows a healthcare professional to to capture and analyze human motion accurately without the need for wearable technology. The cloud-based platform is portable, simple to use, secure, and entirely compliant with federal privacy laws.
How It Works
The Kinetisense system uses infrared technology from a single, front-facing camera to sense the heat outline of the body. Sonar cameras sense the body’s topographic surface while a combination of cameras and proprietary Microsoft-based body tracking software accurately locate joints. The result is a 3-plane joint analysis that shows movement in real time. The system itself can fit inside a briefcase or backpack and can be taken to the hockey rink, football field, fitness center, or baseball diamond.