News via Mbientlab croisé avec Kinect ce qui confirme le setup "parfait" (cost effective) que j'avais en tête.
Clinical gait analysis is used for diagnosing, assessing, and for monitoring a patient by analyzing their kinetics, kinematics and electromyography while walking. Traditionally, gait analysis is performed in a formal laboratory environment making use of several high-resolution cameras, either video or infrared. The subject is asked to walk on a force platform or a treadmill with several markers attached to their body, allowing cameras to capture the joint coordinates across time. The space required for such a laboratory is non-trivial and often the associated costs of such an experimental setup is prohibitively expensive. The current work aims to investigate the coupled use of a Microsoft Kinect and Inertial Measurement Units as a portable and cost-efficient gait analysis system.
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