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Kenneth Richard Fyfe: Motion analysis system. Governors of the University of Alberta, C A Rowley, September 21, 1999: US05955667 (422 worldwide citation)

A device comprised of at least a pair of accelerometers and a tilt sensor mounted in fixed relation to a datum defining plane (sole of a shoe) maybe used for extracting kinematic variables including linear and rotational acceleration, velocity and position. These variables may be resolved into a sel ...


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Lee E Johnson: Golf swing analysis system. Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, June 10, 1997: US05638300 (415 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a motion analysis system for analyzing the motion of an individual. The system has a control surface having one or more control areas, each control area corresponding to a predetermined instruction. An object is then held by an individual for use with the control surfa ...


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Kenneth R Fyfe, James K Rooney, Kipling W Fyfe: Motion analysis system. DyhaStream Innovations, Cesari and McKenna, October 16, 2001: US06301964 (248 worldwide citation)

A device comprised of at least a pair of accelerometers and a tilt sensor mounted in fixed relation to a datum plane defining surface (sole of a shoe) may be used for extracting kinematic variables including linear and rotational acceleration, velocity and position. These variables may be resolved i ...


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Kenneth R Fyfe, James K Rooney, Kipling W Fyfe: Motion analysis system. Dynastream Innovations, Cesari and McKenna, February 4, 2003: US06513381 (228 worldwide citation)

A device comprised of at least a pair of accelerometers and a tilt sensor mounted in fixed relation to a datum plane defining surface (sole of a shoe) may be used for extracting kinematic variables including linear and rotational acceleration, velocity and position. These variables may be resolved i ...


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Jan C Au: Motion analysis system employing various operating modes. Human Performance Technologies, Arthur L Plevy, March 21, 1989: US04813436 (138 worldwide citation)

A motion analysis system and apparatus incorporates markers which are secured at various joints of the subject's body as well as pressure sensitive shoes or insoles which are worn by the subject. The subject is caused to perform motion such as walking or running. While performing this motion, the su ...


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James W Pugh: Computerized video gait and motion analysis system and method. Stephen E Feldman, December 23, 1986: US04631676 (130 worldwide citation)

A reflective marker is attached to the front and side of each joint of a subject whose motion or gait is to be analyzed. Each marker is formed of reflective tape and is relatively small and weightless and will not hinder or affect the subject's movements. A pair of Sony Video Motion Analyzers operat ...


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Satoshi Naoi, Tohru Ozaki: Motion analysis system. Fujitsu, Staas & Halsey, October 17, 1995: US05459793 (76 worldwide citation)

A motion analysis system utilizing an image processing technique includes a color marker attached to an object which is to be analyzed. Each color marker has a high directivity reflective member on a surface thereof, and the reflection member reflects light having a particular wavelength. A light so ...


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Lee Edward Johnson: Golf swing analysis system. Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 25, 1999: US05907819 (67 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a motion analysis system for analyzing the motion of an individual. The system has a control surface having one or more control areas, each control area corresponding to a predetermined instruction. An object is then held by an individual for use with the control surfa ...


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Gary L Engle: Method and apparatus for analyzing a body having a marker located thereon. Loredan Biomedical, Townsend and Townsend, December 10, 1991: US05072294 (47 worldwide citation)

A video motion analysis system wherein a camera converts an image of a body having illuminated markers placed thereon into a plurality of image frames. Each image frame comprises a plurality of image lines, and each image line comprises a plurality of pixels. An image preprocessor receives the plura ...


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John M Murray: Instant replay productivity motivation system. Instant Replay Systems, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, November 1, 1983: US04413277 (36 worldwide citation)

A real time, instant replay time-motion analysis system of work measurement that utilizes computer assisted video techniques to simultaneously record and display an operator at work and the elapsed time for the performance of each elemental step in his work task. An observer provides an input signal ...