volume 11, issue 11, Pe0166532 2016
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0166532
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Abstract: BackgroundThe introduction of low cost optical 3D motion tracking sensors provides new options for effective quantification of motor dysfunction.ObjectiveThe present study aimed to evaluate the Kinect V2 sensor against a gold standard motion capture system with respect to accuracy of tracked landmark movements and accuracy and repeatability of derived clinical parameters.MethodsNineteen healthy subjects were concurrently recorded with a Kinect V2 sensor and an optical motion tracking system (Vicon). Six differ…

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