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Introduction to quantitative movement analysis

This week, we will look at how motion capture systems can be used to analyse movement quantitatively.
A sound mixing board with many different knobs in the colors yellow, orange and black.
© University of Oslo

In this week’s methods track you will learn about quantitative movement analysis.

This typically includes the use of one or more motion capture (mocap) systems: cameras and sensor-based. We will go through all of these systematically, and will also take a sneak peek into the motion capture lab at the University of Oslo.

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