|The MVN BIOMECH systems are the number one choice for measuring 3D kinematics everywhere, under any circumstance.Xsens tailored both hardware and software of the MVN BIOMECH systems to ensure reliable and accurate human motion measurements. Special developed and tiny motion trackers are able to capture the smallest twitches to high dynamic movements on-body. Dedicated signal pipelines take care of real-time and robust data connections.The proven MVN BIOMECH biomechanical model and sensor fusion algorithms ensure the highest quality motion analysis, even in challenging environments.|
MVN BIOMECH Highlights
The new ultra small trackers ensure a minimal on-body weight and full freedom of movement. The trackers are designed to withstand high impacts.
MVN Studio BIOMECH 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.
The new zippers give access to all trackers from the outside for a much faster setup.
The MVN BIOMECH product line has two hardware configurations (MVN BIOMECH Link and MVN BIOMECH Awinda). Both configurations are wireless and consist of 17 motion trackers for full-body human motion measurements and are easy to transport.
|MVN BIOMECH Awinda|
Completely wireless, extremely lightweight. Ideal for subject interchangeability.
|MVN BIOMECH Link|
High update rate. Ideal for high dynamic movement tracking.
MVN BIOMECH Awinda includes
|MVN BIOMECH Link includes|
|MVN BIOMECH Awinda features||MVN BIOMECH Link features|
|MVN Studio BIOMECH features|
|MVN Studio BIOMECH includes|
It is easy to synchronize with third party systems using the easy software interface of MVN BIOMECH and the Awinda / Sync station, which has 2 input and 2 output BNC connectors for sending TTL pulses 0-3.3V. It is expected that all industry standards accepting such TTL pulses are compatible with MVN BIOMECH. Below is a short list of tutorials which have been tried and tested:
Xsens Synchronization with EMG Systems
|Synchronizing with Noraxon EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with Cometa Wave EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with Delsys Trigno EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with TMSi EMG||Link|
|Synchronizing with BTS FREEEMG||Link|
Xsens Synchronization with Pressure Mats
|Synchronize with GAITRite Pressure Mat||Link|
Xsens Synchronization with Optical Systems
|Synchronize with Vicon||Link|
Xsens Synchronization with EEG Systems
|Synchronize with ANT Neuro||Link|
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