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swhill74
03-04-2009, 06:17 AM
Dear Biomech-L Subscribers,

Could you recommend good (and hopefully low-cost) video analysis software
for calculating basic 2-dimensional kinematics from .avi video files
of participants walking on a treadmill?

The sort of measures we are looking for are:
absolute segment angles, relative joint angles, instantaneous velocities.

The main thing we need is (x,y) coordinates from identified landmarks on the video,
as we could use those coords to calculate the rest ourselves.
The kicker is that the avi files are approximately 100 to 200 MB.

Thanks for any information, suggestions, advice, etc.

Cheers!


Steve
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Stephen W. Hill, Ph.D.
hill.stephen@torontorehab.on.ca

Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory
Lyndhurst Centre
Toronto Rehab
520 Sutherland Drive
Toronto, Ontario
M4G 3V9
Canada


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Subject: [BIOMCH-L] Professor in Sport Science - UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK



Dear Biomch-L subscribers,

Attached message was submitted to co-moderators for distribution.
Please respond directly to fss-innrain52f@uibk.ac.at.

Krystyna Gielo-Perczak, Biomch-L Co-moderator
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The Department of Sport Science of the UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK
invites applications for
Professor in Sport Science - Neurophysiology in Sport and Movement

The position will be a contractually limited academic appointment of six
years if this is a first professorship, otherwise it could potentially be
a longer term or open-end position.

The main responsibilities:
- Research: theoretical and practical investigations in neurophysiological
aspects of movement, with an emphasis on alpine sports.
- Teaching: neurophysiology in movement.

Qualification requirements:
Habilitation or equivalent with emphasis in neurophysiology, publications
in international peer-referred journals in the area of neurophysiology of
movement, well-developed teaching and communication skills and experience
in application for and procurement of research grants.

The University of Innsbruck aims to increase the proportion of women in
academic positions; women are explicitly encouraged to apply. The
applications of women with equal aptitude, qualification and academic
achievements will be given priority.

Applications in electronic form with the usual accompanying documents
should be sent by April 2, 2009 to Leopold-Franzens-Universitaet
Innsbruck, Fakultaeten Servicestelle, Standort Innrain 52f, A-6020
Innsbruck (fss-innrain52f@uibk.ac.at).

The complete version (published in the February 18, 2009 bulletin) with
all details can be found at:
http://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten-servicestelle/standorte/innrain52f/berufungen_habilitationen/berufungen.html.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Toechterle
R e k t o r






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