The ODIN software platform is familiar to movement analysis researchers, clinicians, and biomechanists around the world. ODIN takes you through the entire 3D movement analysis process including:

  • Data acquisition from multiple sensors and measurement devices
  • Real-time monitoring of data inputs
  • Long-term data storage and retrieval
  • Analysis of 3D and spatio-temporal data, and display of results
  • Sharing of data and protocols with others in the same location and remotely
  • Printed reports

With ODIN you can:

  • Load ready-made acquisition and movement analysis protocols so that you can quickly gather and analyse data based on established conventions
  • Build your own analysis protocols using simple dialog boxes (no scripting required) so that you can develop new applications of movement analysis
  • Learn or teach the principles of movement analysis and biomechanics using simple building blocks
  • Share protocols and data with others in industry standard file formats so that you can engage with colleagues in the movement analysis community
  • Manage large collections of data in a data store
  • See 3D visualisations of data analysis in real-time and offline
  • Work seamlessly with Codamotion CX1 and CXS units to provide totally automatic 3D marker labelling, thanks to unique marker identities provided by those systems
  • Work with cluster and pointer technologies
  • Acquire synchronised data from a variety of sensors including force platforms and EMG and then process them together with kinematic data, to provide comprehensive analysis
  • Allow advanced users to import their own bespoke analysis algorithms as Python scripts so that novel methods can be used whilst retaining the benefits of the ODIN framework
  • Openly see the entire data processing chain
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Codamotion RTNet SDK

Whilst the ODIN software provides an easy-to-use graphical interface for movement analysis, it is often the case that computer programmers, engineers, and systems integrators need to work directly with 3D measurements in real-time.  For this purpose Codamotion provides the RTNet Software Development Kit (SDK).  With the RTNet SDK you can:

  • Process streams of fully labelled XYZ 3D marker locations in real-time within your own programs
  • Integrate the movement analysis systems with novel output devices, including VR and AR displays
  • Make use of a graphical configuration manager to configure additional input devices such as analogue interfaces, force platforms, and EMG systems
  • Receive data from additional input devices directly into your own programs, fully synchronised with labelled XYZ 3D marker locations

The SDK has client interfaces in C++ and Java, and comes with a suite of example programs.  On request Codamotion can undertake small software development projects to produce bespoke example code to demonstrate how you can use the SDK for your particular integration task.  Please contact us to discuss your requirement.