- Now available as a single license at a reduced price!
Visual3D is Biomechanics Analysis Software for your 3D motion capture data. It has the mathematical tools you need for performing complex biomechanical modeling, kinematics, kinetics, and much more.
- Faster analysis and file opening
- Interface enhancements
- Multi-threading and 64-bit processor support
- New compressed .cmo format (.cmz)
- CalTester functionality incorporated
- IK motion contraints, speed improvements
- Data encryption for folders and parameters
- New pipeline commands and enhancements
This is the latest release of Visual3D
that can be downloaded.
Research mathematics and motion capture software tools.
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Several resources are available for learning Visual3D and other C-Motion products.
Visual3D uses published approaches to biomechanics. Several C-Motion staff were contributors to this textbook.
All product documentation is on-line and available for general access. Tutorials are there too.