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The standard method of human gait analysis in use in gait laboratories today invariably involves marker-based motion tracking systems. Although somewhat effective, these methods require accurate placement of awkward external markers. We report on an enhanced approach being researched and developed at the National Rehabilitation Hospital, Dublin based on marker-free motion tracking incorporating advanced digital image processing techniques.
Courtney, J, Burke, David, J., dePaor, A. (2001) Application of Digital Image Processing to Marker-free Analysis of Human Gait, MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW, Vol. 1, no.1.
MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW, Volume 1, Number 1, 2001