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“…After the completion of self-motivated warm-up exercises, each swimmer was asked to perform front-crawl swimming at a distance-pace and a submaximum sprinting pace for two lengths of a 22.9 m pool (1.370.1 m/s and 1.670.1 m/s, respectively). A three-dimensional videography technique with panning periscopes (Yanai et al, 1996) was used to determine the position and orientation of each body segment of the swimmer throughout the stroke cycle. The camcorders fixed to the periscopes (Panasonic AG 450-SVHS) were operated to record at 60 fields per second.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
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“…After the completion of self-motivated warm-up exercises, each swimmer was asked to perform front-crawl swimming at a distance-pace and a submaximum sprinting pace for two lengths of a 22.9 m pool (1.370.1 m/s and 1.670.1 m/s, respectively). A three-dimensional videography technique with panning periscopes (Yanai et al, 1996) was used to determine the position and orientation of each body segment of the swimmer throughout the stroke cycle. The camcorders fixed to the periscopes (Panasonic AG 450-SVHS) were operated to record at 60 fields per second.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…The wand and 2D plate calibration methods (8 and 16 CP) led to underwater accuracy better than previously reported in the literature (MAE values of 5.12 mm were found in Yanai et al, 1996; RMS value of 5.6 mm and maximum error of 9.3 mm were detected in Kwon and Lindley, 2000; %RMS value of 1.28% was obtained in Gourgoulis et al, 2008; and RMS value of 5.2 mm was presented in Machtsiras and Sanders, 2009). It is well known that the number and the distribution of the CP strongly affect the DLT (Kwon and Lindley, 2000).…”
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“…Experiment Camera settings Data capture area (m) e x (mm) e y (mm) e z (mm) e D (mm) Angulo and Dapena (1992 Raschner (1997) Field P, T, Z 29.9 6 11.7 6 10.3 7 7 9.2 13.5* Schwameder (1994) Field P, T 46.7 6 11.8 6 13.0 10 7 7 14* Yanai et al (1996) Field P 1.5 6 8.4 6 2.0 9.2 5.6 2.6 11.1 Yeadon (1989) Field P,T 100 6 10 6 5 -- Accuracy of kinematic data in a field setting 1349 smaller measurement volume, and the use of static cameras. Photogrammetric errors in the present study are only slightly higher than in the field studies mentioned in Table I (8.8 mm difference).…”
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