Get accurate outcome measures
Many experiments require assessments of outcome measures such as movement speeds or trajectories, reaction times or eye movement. These have to be measured objectively, accurately and efficiently.
Using motion capture, 3D human movement is directly transformed into numerical data, and you can easily extract parameters using tools such as Matlab, Visual3D or many other applications.
If adding markers to the participants is not an option, use video for fully synchronized video views whilst maintaining the ability to record data from many other sensors such as analog channels, EMG or force synchronously with the video.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”3912″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]
Get from experiment to results – fast and efficiently
Calibration, marker detection and tracking are all part of one streamlined pipeline. Add AIM, our unique solution for automatic marker labelling, and you can get from experiment to data output in seconds. There is no need to manually digitize markers in video files, and using Qualisys Track Manager, our software for camera setup, data collection and data management, all your data are presented in a single, user-friendly interface. Viewing the marker data in the 3D window helps you to visualize the movements, and if this is not enough, add a fully synchronized video camera to overlay marker and video data.
Interaction and biofeedback with realtime streaming
If your experiment requires interaction with the participant, use the realtime data stream that is provided from our system, process the data with your own algorithms and display the result to adapt the experiment while it is running. For example, you could use Matlab to control lights or screen output and modify that output depending on the incoming data.
With our Unity SDK, you can even go one step further and design a virtual environment for your experiment.
Move eye-tracking experiments to a new level
In experiments with eye trackers researchers often rely on a local gaze vector relative to the eye tracking device only. Using our integrations with eye trackers such as SMI or Dikablis gives you the ability to quantify the origin and direction of a gaze vector in your global 3D lab space. This means that participants can move around and interact with their environment while you maintain the ability to reconstruct exactly where their gaze vector is pointing.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]
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