Improving the accuracy of markerless gait analysis


In people with gait disabilities (i.e., a pattern of walking—or gait—that is not normal), assessing gait speed, stride length, and joint kinematics are essential. Measurement of gait parameters over a period of time is critical to determine treatment effects, predict fall risk in elderly individuals, and plan physiotherapy treatments. In this regard, optoelectronic marker-based three-dimensional motion capture (3DMC)—a gait analysis tool—can accurately measure gait metrics.

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