The Q Lab is the RMCSR's mobile biomechanics laboratory that quantifies movement outside the four walls of a standard motion capture laboratory. We work in collaboration with the University of Denver's Center for Orthopaedic Biomechanics. We are currently using wearable sensors and optical systems to measure joint motions, neuromuscular activation, physiological function and external forces to quantify an athlete's movement quality, performance and workload in a competitive context.
We offer our research services for selected days, training camps or even for entire seasons. You don't need to have your own measurement instrumentation. We will bring the science team and the technology to provide valuable quantitative feedback about your athlete's movement performance and injury risk. Contact us for more information and a quote.
We offer a full spectrum of consulting and product development services ranging from the design and prototyping of new products to the evaluation of current products. We have a team of engineers that specialize in musculoskeletal and shape modeling, AI and big data; and applied movement scientists to make the heavy computations digestible to the average consumer. Contact us for more information and a quote.
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Custom markerless motion capture system to measure three-dimensional joint motions.
(Picture, joint locations (red dots), body segments (yellow lines))
Low profile, flexible and waterproof inertial measurement units (IMU) are attached to the body with adhesive to measure motion without the need for video cameras.
(Picture, MC10 Biostamp IMU)
Wireless and portable force measuring insoles are used to capture ground reaction force and the point of force application.
(Picture, Moticon pressure insole)
Miniature global positioning system (GPS) sensor is used to identify an individual's position and the change in position to track their outdoor motion path.
(Picture, GPS sensor)
Wireless surface electrodes are placed over muscles to provide a relative measure of electromyographic (EMG) activation.
(Picture, Delsys EMG electrode)