Next-level virtual reality gaming in the VR Arcade Amsterdam

Virtual reality in gaming

At the VR Arcade Amsterdam we wanted to build a VR experience that would be unlike any other. For that we gathered technologies from multiple vendors and combined them into one unique experience.

Our game, Apocalypse, lets players walk around freely in a large environment. In that large space, they will face a relentless horde of zombies and fight their way through the game.

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Motion compensation in the Norwegian Motion Laboratory

Motion compensation in marine applications

Norwegian Motion Laboratory has been established in collaboration with the Research Council of Norway, the Norwegian Centre for Offshore Wind Energy (NORCOWE), and the University of Agder (UiA) and it was officially opened in 2013. The laboratory is located at UiA, Campus Grimstad, Norway, approx. 3.5-hour drive by car south-west of Oslo.

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Aker Arctic Technology at Helsinki, Finland

The only privately owned ice model testing facility in the world

Aker Arctic Technology Inc is an independent company specializing in development, design, engineering, consulting and testing services for ice-going vessels, icebreakers, offshore marine structures, marine transport solutions and ports.

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Utrecht University - Faculty of veterinary medicine

Equine lameness detection

With the current developments in information technology, Utrecht University’s Equine Clinic (UKP) wanted to switch from subjective to objective measurements. The question was: how could technology help to achieving that goal?

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Robotics underwater research at NTNU

Improving efficiency and maneuverability of underwater vehicles

The research on swimming snake robots is an ongoing project at the Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems (NTNU AMOS). Swimming robot manipulators (referred to also as underwater snake robots) have several promising applications for underwater exploration, monitoring, surveillance and inspection.

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The Clinical Gait Lab Antwerp

Quantitative gait analysis

The Clinical Gait Lab Antwerp –set up more than 10 years ago- is situated in a rehabilitation center for disabled children. In our laboratory we focus on children with cerebral palsy aged 2 years up to adolescence.

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Volodalen SportLab

Assessing movement patterns

The chocolate, cheese and mountains are all great reasons to visit Switzerland, but my reason for making the journey was to meet two Frenchmen. Aigle is where Volodalen set up its Sportlab which, through a clever mix of knowledge and technology, meets the needs of athletes and sports professionals.

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Neuromusic for Kids

Sound & motion

Kids in modern world should receive the most effective education they deserve.

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Mittuniversitetet - A leading environment for sport-based research

Swedish Winter Sports Research Centre

The Swedish Winter Sports Research Centre (SWSRC) is one of Sweden’s leading environments for sports-based research. NVC is a research centre that is part of the Department of Health Sciences (HLV) at Mid Sweden University and Campus Östersund.

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Tierklinik Lüsche – Equine biomechanics at the highest level

Equine lameness detection

Like our Slogan “It’s all about the horse …” it´s our aim that your horse is healthy and stays healthy. With our team of specialized veterinarians, experienced veterinary medical personnel, grooms and qualified staff we do everything to ensure quick assistance and the best possible care for your horse.

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Rehazenter Luxembourg

Clinical gait analysis in neurologic and orthopaedic patients

The first mission of the Centre National de Rééducation Fonctionnelle et de Réadaptation – Rehazenter is to deliver stationary and ambulatory care to disabled people as well as functional re-education and rehabilitation.

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University of Jyväskylä

A multidisciplinary lab facility, dedicated mainly to research of movement in music-related activities.

The JYU Music and Motion Lab at the University of Jyväskylä is a multidisciplinary lab facility, dedicated mainly to research of movement in music-related activities. Such activities range from music making to listening and dancing to rehabilitative applications in music therapy.

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Technology research: drones and haptic augmented reality

Haptic augmented reality

As a part of Ericsson’s research on remote control, they created a prototype system for remote controlling drones using haptic augmented reality. It turned into an exciting demonstration and showcase for something that future network technologies like 5G can enable. The project was shown at the Mobile World Congress 2016 where it was also demonstrated live on stage by Ericsson’s CEO.

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Lund University Humanities Lab

Human Biomechanics

The Humanities Lab is an interdisciplinary research and training facility mainly for researchers, teachers, and students across the joint faculties of Humanities and Theology.

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Virginia Tech's Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology

Virginia Tech pushes its limits in Virtual Reality in The Cube.

“More than just a media lab…”
– Virginia Tech pushes its limits in Virtual Reality in The Cube.

Virtual reality enables many interesting applications through the use of motion capture such as virtual training for military purposes, virtual stimuli generation for motor control research, and virtual design.

Our users at Virginia Tech’s Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology took the application of virtual reality and applied it towards human studies in a facility which seemingly exists in an alternate universe.

The Cube has been able to expose the public to VR Sciences through its educational innovation by hosting festivals, such October’s Virginia Tech Science Festival, and by inviting its students and the public to immerse themselves into a world of artistic discovery.

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Biomechanics & Motor Control of Human Movement at Ghent University

Research unit Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement at Ghent University

The Research Unit Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement is embedded in the Department of Movement and Sports Sciences at Ghent University. It is co-managed by Prof. Dirk De Clercq, Prof. Matthieu Lenoir and Prof. Frederik Deconinck.

This unit consists of two closely collaborating research groups that investigate the performance, training and learning of motor skills in daily life situations and sports. Our research is relevant to individuals of all ages and physical abilities and involves both laboratory and field testing.

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Analyz3d By Dr Tobias Hein

Human biomechanics

Analyz3d by Dr. Tobias Hein offers clinical-biomechanical movement analyses, consulting for scientific research projects as well as seminars & lectures.

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Virginia Tech, Granata Lab

Human biomechanics

Dr. Queen directs the Kevin P. Granata Biomechanics Lab (Granata Lab) at Virginia Tech and thus has full access to all of its resources. The Granata Lab encompasses 2,500 sq. ft. of space in Norris Hall on the Virginia Tech campus. Norris Hall is one of the engineering buildings on the Virginia Tech campus and houses faculty office and classrooms for the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics.

Most of the laboratory space is used for motion capture as well as biofeedback training.  All of the laboratory equipment is around the perimeter of the lab, which allows for ample open floor space for all necessary training.  In addition, the elastic bands that are needed for the tactile biofeedback portion of the project are currently available in the lab.

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Virginia Commonwealth University

Human biomechanics

The VCU RUN LAB utilizes evidence from research generated in the lab by students and clinical researchers working side-by-side within the departments of Physical Therapy, Kinesiology and Health Sciences, Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine.

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ElitRehab

Sports performance

ElitRehab, a sport physiotherapy practice in Gothenburg, use running analysis together with functional screening and individual programming to prevent injuries and enhance performance in endurance athletes.

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Summit Medical Fitness Center

Competitive Edge Performance Laboratory.

Summit Medical Fitness Center is a fitness center in Kalispell, Montana. The center has opened a lab with the intent to “add science” to their premium resistance training program, Competitive Edge as well as all units/programs under the umbrella of the SMFC.

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The SLU Movement Laboratory

Canine locomotion analysis.

Equipped with the most advanced motion capture technology available to the world of veterinary medicine, the Canine Movement Laboratory at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences continues to push boundries in canine research.

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Sound & Motion at University of Oslo

Integrated sound & kinematics.

How do we experience music? How does body movement guide our cognition? How can knowledge about movement and sound create better technologies? These are questions that interest FourMs, an interdisciplinary research group.

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MRI at Cardiff University

Combining brain activity and movements.

The first system in the world that’s able to measure both finger and arm movements outside the scanner and on parts of the human body lying inside the bore of the scanner.

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Marine research & development at MARINTEK

Offshore structures, seakeeping, ship manoeuvering and more.

Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute – MARINTEK – performs research, development and research-based advisory services in the maritime sector for companies in the field of marine technology.

MARINTEK also develops and verifies technological solutions for the shipping and marine equipment industries, for offshore petroleum production and renewable energy. The company is a member of the SINTEF Group and its headquarters are in Trondheim, Norway, with subsidiaries in Houston/Texas, USA and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Golf Analysis at Penn State University

Golf teaching & research center.

Fix a slice, lengthen a drive, improve ball striking consistency or turn a bogey into a par with fewer strokes on the putting green — there are countless ways to improve a golf game. Penn State’s Golf Teaching and Research Center (GTRC) can easily pinpoint errors that occur in a golfer’s swing.

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Gait & Rehab at University of Salford

Rehabilitation & human performance.

University of Salford has invested in three, state-of-the-art gait/human performance laboratories, all managed by Dr. Richard Jones. Qualisys equips two of them, namely the Clinical Gait Analysis & Research Facility and the Gait & Human Performance lab.

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Federal Training Sport Center

Preparation for the Russian Winter Olympics 2014

A specialised scientific laboratory was set up by the Ministry of Sport, Tourism and Youth Policy of the Russian Federation in order to help Russian athletes prepare for the Winter Olympic games 2014 in Sochi.

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