Kenetisense

Most video capture motion systems use markers placed on the body to track movements of joints. Kinetisense is one of the first systems to provide 3D motion tracking information to a clinician that allows them to immediately see how well individual joints are functioning. It can provide instant postural screening by comparing how joints are stacked on top of, or next to each other.Read More

KENETISENSE

 

 

Most video capture motion system uses markers placed on the body to track movements of joints. Kinetisense is one of the first systems to provide 3D motion tracking information to a clinician that allows them to immediately see how well individual joints are functioning. It can provide instant postural screening by comparing how joints are stacked on top of, or next to each other.

Physiotherpists and exercise physiologists are interested in how much motion you have available in a joint: this helps us to show changes, improvements and evaluate left/right comparisons. Kinetisense helps us to put you through your paces by objectively measuring how much available range there is in each joint. The real beauty of the system, however, is that it allows us to record changes over time by comparing video captures of your movements, and specifically the actual angles of the joints at each point in time.
It sounds like it takes a long time to get this data doesn’t it? On the contrary, Kinetisense works with a camera that measures your body without even taking off your clothes: you just have to step in front of the camera and it immediately starts to capture your movement data.

But… don’t mistake simple for simplistic; the Kinetisense is a highly sophisticated piece of technology that has already been through a raft of studies to determine its validity, and it’s passed with flying colours.