myoFORCE™ Software Module
myoFORCE™ unlocks the ability to integrate force plates into myoRESEARCH® 3 (MR3), Noraxon’s multi-dimensional, all-in-one software and processing solution that guarantees simplification and improvement of your workflow. It provides users access to real-time data, accurate biofeedback and extensive reporting and analysis capabilities.
Researchers can support, automate and synchronize multiple biomechanical assessment technologies, while significantly reducing setup and processing time.Remain confident with evidence-based objectification of every step parameter, analysis of any area on the plantar surface and facilitation of the identification of gait abnormalities. History reporting and progress tracking are automated for even the most functional or dynamic movements without the need for cables that restrict the freedom of movement.
|Digital integration of Bertec and AMTI plates|
|Analog integration of Bertec, AMTI and Kistler plates (AIS system)|
|Automatic identification jump phases (loading, flight, landing)|
|Real-time Force Vector Overlay (FVO)|
|Post hoc FVO analysis|
|Drop, counter and non-countermovement jump identification|
Force Vector Overlay
Now visualize your force plate data by projecting the resultant force vector live, over any video stream. Using your force data as a biofeedback tool, accelerating recovery and controlling proper mechanics to reduce injury risk.
Jump Phase Detection
Jumping records can now be quickly analyzed and broken down into the 3 phases of jumping (loading, flight and landing phase). This allows researchers to quickly move from collection to reporting.
Jump Analysis Reporting
Within the myoFORCE™ software, users have the ability to collect jump data and quickly calculate key performance and timing metrics from the recording.
“Being able to combine EMG and 3D Force Plate data is one of the most important tools I have as Research and High Performance Coach. With this software I am able to quickly collect and analyze data that influences the way I train our athletes. This capability has been proven to be an integral part of preventing injury.”
Matt Jordan Ph.D. CSCS
Director of Performance – Sports Science
Canadian Sport Institute Calgary