The wrist strap
This strap is designed for smaller and wider wrists. It has a soft flap on the inside, so its comfortable. It has a relatively short circumference, for people with thinner wrists and an additional strap to allow more room for the slightly wider wrist allowing it to be secured tightly.
MVN Studio Pro software is able to plot the measured data in graphs instantly. Any parameter can be visualized by dragging and dropping it into the graph pane for a quick analysis.
All sensors and cables are labeled intuitive to optimize the setup time. All sensors are labeled with text directions and all cables are labeled with color tags.
|Full body configuration||17 MTx inertial trackers|
|Lower body configuration||7 MTx inertial trackers|
|Upper body configuration||11 MTx inertial trackers|
|Extra prop / backup tracker||1 MTx inertial tracker|
Indoor open space
|150 meters (492 ft.)|
150 meters (492 ft.)
50 meters (164 ft.)
|Update rates||120, 100, 80, 60 Hz|
|3D orientation accuracy||< 0.5 deg|
|Accelerometer range||± 180 m/s2 (18 g)|
|Gyroscope range||1200 deg/s|
To synchronize the MVN BIOMECH system with other data acquisition systems.
Synchronization signals are fully configurable within MVN Studio Pro.
MVN Studio PRO software is part of the MVN BIOMECH (Awinda) system. The software incorporates the sophisticated Xsens MVN Fusion Engine which ensures reliable data output. A license on a dongle is included with every system.
A successfully tested software application for reading C3D exported data using MVN BIOMECH is Visual3D software from C-Motion. A free CMO/C3D reader can be downloaded from C-Motion.
Visual3D is hardware and marker set independent. Marker sets can be easily imported for users to create purpose-built models. Using the 63 marker set from MVN BIOMECH (Awinda), full body 3D kinematic analysis is possible.
Xsens has partnered with Siemens PLM Software to enable fast and easy integration of MVN BIOMECH’s highly accurate 3D data with the world-class software packages of the Tecnomatix-suite, Jack (>7.1) and Process Simulate Human (PSH >10.1). A special plug-in is available for MVN Studio Pro
Improve time to market using Xsens 3D motion capture data in Jack and Process Simulate Human (PSH). Real-time motion capture data streamed real-time into Siemens PLM software packages enables realistic task analysis of real humans carrying out real movements.
MVN BIOMECH is a mobile solution and can be used anywhere: indoors on an assembly line, on a factory floor, in tight spaces like a car or an airplane, as well as outdoors, without the need for simulated environments or additional equipment.
MVN data can be streamed in real-time, via middleware from Haption to Dassault ergonomics software packages as follows:
Using MVN BIOMECH with Haption’s IPSI, it is possible to analyse real data in a car, aeroplane, as well as immerge the human character directly into the digital mockup from Dassault software packages to validate future development, including assembly line, product, tooling, with realtime collision detection.
* V5 Human, Human Builder, Catia™ V5, Delmia™ V5, 3DVIA Virtools are trademarks from Dassault System
** Virtuose and IPSI are trademarks of Haption
Tried and tested synchronization of data acquisition systems with Xsens systems:
Xsens Synchronization with EMG Systems
|Synchronizing with Noraxon EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with Cometa Wave EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with Delsys Trigno EMG||Link|
Xsens Synchronization with Pressure Mats
|Synchronize with GAITRite Pressure Mat||Link|
Xsens Synchronization with Optical Systems
|Synchronize with Vicon||Link|
|MVN BIOMECH product movie||Gait analysis with MVN BIOMECH||Sports science|
Concurrent validation of Xsens MVN measurement of lower limb joint angular kinematics
Author: Zhang J-T, Novak AC, Brouwer B and Li Q
Journal: Physiol. Meas. 2013: 34(8): N63-N69 doi:10.1088/0967-3334/34/8/N63
Intra-individual movement variability during skill transitions: A useful marker?
Author: Carson H.J., Collins D. & Richards J.
Journal: Eur J Sport Sci. 2013 Jul 10
Biomechanical differences between experienced and inexperienced wheelchair users during sport
Author: Starrs P, Chohan A, Fewtrell D, Richards J, Selfe J
Journal: Prosthet Orthot Int 2012; 36(3): 324-31