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Convert3D

Convert ASCII text files from EMG and other systems into the ASCII file format that Visual3D can import. ALSO preview the ability to convert C3D files into the CMO/CMZ format needed for Inspect3D to use.

The C3D to CMO section of Convert3D will run without a license for 30 days, after which a license must be purchased to use it. If you wish to purchase a Convert3D license please contact support at support@c-motion.com.

Contributed by: C-Motion

Notepad++ for Pipeline Scripts

XML language file for Visual3D Scripts. Offers editing visibility features like highlighting and indenting for script development.

Notepad++ is found at:
notepad-plus-plus.org

Contributed by: Seth Thomas

Free CMO Reader

Program to view files created by Visual3D - both CMO files and c3d files. No updates to the files can be made. Here are some sample files:
Full body Gait Analysis
Oxford Foot Model
Articulated Hand (from Quailsys)
Vicon Golem marker set
Jaw Demo

Contributed by: C-Motion

Launch Visual3D from Matlab

MatLab m-file to launch Visual3D and run a script. The script can be modified in MatLab too.

It is intended for automated, repetitive processing across groups of CMO files.

Contributed by: Dan Leib - Boise State University

Biomechanics Toolbar

The Biomechanics Toolbar is designed to make data processing more accessible for undergraduate teaching. It works as a traditional toolbar in Microsoft Excel and contains the following tools:

Contributed by: Jos Vanrenterghem, PhD
Liverpool John Moores University


Visual3D Textbook Version

The version of Visual3D that goes with the textbook: "Research Methods in Biomechanics-2nd Edition" by Robertson.

Contributed by:

University Course Slides

Powerpoint Slides that accompanied courses on 3D Motion Capture technology and Biomechanics. Large 170MB package covering five topics:
- Vector and Linear Algebra and Motion Capture Systems
- Kinematics
- Kinetics
- Pose Estimation
- Force Platforms

Contributed by: Tom Kepple

Sample Sprinter Start

A motion capture done with 15 force plates. This demonstrates the force assignments when the foot is in contact with multiple platforms.

Contributed by: Mitsuo Otsuka from Ritsumeikan University

Sample Headstand Data

Example CMO file of a person doing a headstand done with 15 force plates. This demonstrates the force assignments when the foot is in contact with multiple platforms.

Contributed by: Mitsuo Otsuka from Ritsumeikan University

Sample Treadmill Data

Sample CMO file of an instrumented treadmill in use.

Contributed by: Kevin Deluzio - Queens University

Marker Set Test Data File

The journal article "Can hip and knee kinematics be improved by eliminating thigh markers?" in Clinical Biomechanics references this data set. It is a huge Visual3D CMO file (138MB zipped) of the marker set comparison study.

Contributed by: Brian Schulz, Ph.D.
(James A. Haley Veterans Medical Center, Tampa FL)