3D Motion Capture System
The Ultium Motion System uses an array of inertial measurement units (IMUs) to measure anatomical joint angles, orientation angles, and linear acceleration in natural and lab-based environments. Data and subject motion are displayed in real-time with graphs and a skeletal avatar. Generate customized reports or access quaternions and raw sensor data (accelerometer, gyroscopes, & magnetometers). Synchronize with EMG, pressure, force, video and third party devices within the myoRESEARCH software platform.
The Calibration Adjustment Tool can be used to adjust or correct the static calibration performed with the myoMOTION sensors by allowing the user to directly measure the subject’s posture and apply that posture to the myoMOTION skeleton. The system also automatically measures and adjusts the subject’s bone lengths. This tool offers the ability to achieve ISB-compliant modeling with an inertial motion capture system and is exclusive to Noraxon.
Using accelerometer-based techniques to correct course misalignments, functional calibration routines are driven by an integrated software wizard to help mitigate magnetic distortion. There are three calibration routines built into the software to provide suitable methods for any given environment.
Flash memory chips built in to each sensor store any data packets that cannot be sent to the receiver due to transmission interference or being out of range. Quickly recover stored data and fill in the gaps for multiple recordings at a time using the offline data recovery tool.
Mix and match up to 16 channels of EMG & Motion with one receiver. The new Ultium Motion system utilizes the same receiver & charging station as Ultium EMG to reduce the cost of using two systems, save space, and simplify the collection of EMG & Motion data. If you already have an Ultium EMG system, your current receiver is compatible with Ultium Motion.
Wireless & Portable
Multi-Device Integration Compatible
Single Sensor to Full-Body Capture
“Not only do Noraxon IMUs give your subject the opportunity to correct their form AS they’re performing certain activities, but the captured data can also be used in the aftermath to assess particular biomechanical patterns in their activity. Our PTs often use these skeletal avatars to do a frame-by-frame analysis of the patient’s movement, assessing the specific degree of bend they have in their hips, knees, ankles, and torso.”
Kevin Vandi , DPT, OCS, CSCS
Owner, Competitive EDGE Physical Therapy
Noraxon provides users with customizable reports to highlight the key results of data collection in a quick and efficient way.
Plot any two angle signals against each other in one angle-angle diagram in order to characterize the geometric pattern of locomotion or other cyclical activities like rowing or cycling.
Point of Interest
Automatically create a video snapshot at key events to provide visualization and help create a learning environment. Angular Data and optional EMG or force data are automatically added to the report at the specific points in time.
Noraxon technology is cited in over 10,000 published articles.
1. Measurement of uni-planar and sport specific trunk motion using magneto-inertial measurement units: The concurrent validity of Noraxon and Xsens systems relative to a retro-reflective system
Cottam et al., 2022
Gait and Posture
2. Within-Subject Repeatability and Between-Subject Variability in Posture During Calibration of an Inertial Measurement Unit System
Donaldson et al., 2021
39th International Society of Biomechanics in Sport Conference, Canberra, Australia
3. Validity Evaluation of an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) in Gait Analysis Using Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM)
Park, Sangheon and Yoon, Sukhoon, 2021
4. Concurrent validity and within-session reliability of gait kinematics measured using an inertial motion capture system with repeated calibration
Berner et al., 2020
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies
5. Assessment of the measurement accuracy of inertial sensors during different tasks of daily living
Mundt et al., 2019
Journal of Biomechanics
Noraxon 3D Motion Capture software module: myoMOTION™
Visualize the 3D data real-time with the Noraxon avatar which provides joint trajectories, contact detection, and magnetic rejection algorithms. Analyze biofeedback from EMG and other sensors attached to the body during movement seamlessly.