The development and validation of an augmented video based portable system

Ukadike Chris Ugbolue, Enrica Papi, Konstantinos Kaliarntas, Andrew Kerr, Philip J. Rowe

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Introduction and aim: Three dimensional (3D) motion analysis systems have demonstrated clinical acceptance with the incorporation of active (light emitting diodes) marker and passive (retroreflective) marker measurement systems [1]. Despite the high reliability of 3D motion analysis systems, they remain expensive, complex to operate, time consuming, difficult to understand in terms of data interpretation, and often they are beyond the means and capacity of most rehabilitation services. The need has arisen to develop a 2D video system that meets the requirements of accessibility in terms of cost, operability and portability [2,3].
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S43-S44
JournalGait & Posture
Volume39
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Ugbolue, Ukadike Chris ; Papi, Enrica ; Kaliarntas, Konstantinos ; Kerr, Andrew ; Rowe, Philip J. / The development and validation of an augmented video based portable system. In: Gait & Posture. 2014 ; Vol. 39. pp. S43-S44.
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The development and validation of an augmented video based portable system. / Ugbolue, Ukadike Chris; Papi, Enrica; Kaliarntas, Konstantinos; Kerr, Andrew; Rowe, Philip J.

In: Gait & Posture, Vol. 39, 2014, p. S43-S44.

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