S3D offers several 2D motion analysis systems to study the biomechanical movement during various activities in a two-dimensional plane, commonly used in sports science and clinical research.
The process of 2D motion analysis involves capturing video footage of the exercise and analyzing the images to obtain quantitative data about the movement. 2D is most used to analyze the technique of athletes in various sports or patients to identify cause, status or progress. It can assist clinicians or coaching staff to understand the mechanics of the body and develop more effective treatments for injuries and return to sport.
Systems can operate with one camera although most common is the use of two for frontal and sagittal view. Although most 2D systems are used in lab settings, the additional benefit of most 2D systems is portability, it can easily be used in a remote outdoor setting. 2D marker systems are less expensive than markerless-based systems, making them more accessible to researchers and practitioners with limited budgets.
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