Kinetisense is a motion capture (mocap) company that specializes in producing accurate biomechanical data for life science applications. We use computer vision and machine learning to produce an affordable markerless mocap solution. In order to use Kinetisense, you will require a Kinetisense License, Windows 10 Computer, Kinect Sensor, and Kinect Adapter for Windows.
|1-Year License||$1395.99 + applicable tax|
|2-Year License||$2512.99 + applicable tax|
|3-Year License||$3350.99 + applicable tax|
All licenses include:
|✓ 1 Practitioner Profile||✓ 3D Concussion Analysis|
|✓ ∞ Patient Profiles||✓ 3D Balance Analysis|
|✓ ∞ Cloud Storage||✓ 3D Functional Movement Assessment|
|✓ 3D Posture Analysis||✓ Patient Reporting|
|✓ 3D Range-of-Motion Analysis||✓ Ongoing Customer Support|
Windows 10 Computer
Kinetisense is a powerful application that captures pictures and videos of human movement. You will need the following hardware specifications to operate Kinetisense. In general, gaming laptops work well.
To check video card benchmarks, please click here. We recommend that you use a Nvidia video card that rates over 1,000 on the Passmark 3D mark test.
Kinect Sensor and Adapter Cable
The Kinect sensor, a physical device with depth-sensing technology, built-in color camera, infrared (IR) emitter and microphone array, can sense the location and movements of people.
Kinect hardware key features and benefits.
|Improved body tracking||The enhanced fidelity of the depth camera, combined with improvements in the software, have led to a number of body tracking developments. The latest sensor tracks as many as 6 complete skeletons (compared to 2 with the original sensor), and 25 joints per person (compared to 20 with the original sensor). The tracked positions are more anatomically correct and stable and the range of tracking is broader.|
|Depth sensing512 x 424|
FOV: 70 x 60
One mode: 1.6 feet (0.5–4.5 m)
|With higher depth fidelity and a significantly improved noise floor, the sensor gives you improved 3D visualization, improved ability to see all objects more clearly and improves the stability of body tracking.|
|1080p color camera30 Hz (15 Hz in low light)||The color camera captures full, beautiful 1080p video that can be displayed in the same resolution as the viewing screen, allowing for a broad range of powerful scenarios. In addition to improving video communications and video analytics applications, this provides a stable input on which to build high quality, interactive applications.|
|New active infrared (IR) capabilities512 x 424|
|In addition to allowing the sensor to see in the dark, the new IR capabilities produce a lighting-independent view—and you can now use IR and color at the same time.|