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Rebecca Stine
02-24-2000, 08:21 AM
Motion Analysis Corporation will be hosting its annual Clinical Gait Users
meeting and Tutorial session. This year's setting will be in conjuction with
the North American Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis Society (GCMAS) meeting
at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN (April 12th-15th, 2000). We are inviting
all interested Motion Analysis users and motion capture gait clinicians to the
meeting and session. Please note priority seating will be provided to the
Motion Analysis user for these sessions. It will be our policy to expand the
room versus excluding an interested clinician.

The Tutorial Training Session
Wednesday, April 12th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Radisson Hotel in
Rochester, MN

The Tutorial Session will focus on the following topics that will enable the
user/clinician to expand their system to the next level of 3D data processing:

1) EVa data collection and EVa Real-Time display overview and incorporating
the data into Mocap Solver: Mocap Solver is incorporated into the EVa system
and uses a hierarchical skeleton which is composed of parent and child segment
to drive a biomechanics model. This model allows the child segments to follow
their parent root and have the translation of the skeleton applied once to the
root segment, allowing for 6 degrees of freedom (3 rotations and 3
translations). Mocap Solver is beneficial in driving your data into animation
models, (SIMM) and also viewing within the EVa Viewer as a wire frame vs
stick figure activity.

2) SIMM (Simulated Interactive Musculo-skeletal Modeling) is completely
integrated with EVa and EVa Real-time. You will take the Eva data set using
the modified Helen Hayes gait marker set into SIMM, and develop a Visual
qualitative animated model.

3) KinTrak which is our 3D Biomechanics software program will be the final
session on the Tutorial. KinTrak will enable you to expand and diversify your
lab to measure and generate kinematics and kinetics for 3D foot, back, head
and neck, and/or full body movements. Whether for Golf or tissue analysis,
Kintrak non-script programming features provide the tools to generate your
data.

Continental breakfast will be served.

R.S.V.P. by April 5, 2000 to Sales@motionanalysis.com to reserve your space.



User's Meeting
Thursday, April 13th from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Radisson Hotel in
Rochester, MN

The User's Meeting will focus on the following user requested topics:

1) Overview of EVa and EVa Real-Time into SIMM
2) Update on OrthoTrak Clinical Gait Management Software
3) Users Research and Discussion
4) New: The Twilight "Gait" Zone Play starring a MAC MD user and MAC
clinician
5) Summary and conclusion

R.S.V.P. by April 5, 2000 to Sales@motionanalysis.com to reserve your space at
the User's meeting and Twilight "Gait" Zone Play

There will also be a user's meeting held during the American College of Sports Medicine
Conference in Indianapolis, IN May 30 - June 2, 2000

For further information on the conference please go to the GCMA web page at
http://www.gcmas.org.
For further information on Motion Analysis contact
Dan.India@MotionAnalysis.Com

Rebecca Stine
Application Engineer/Biomechanics
Motion Analysis Corporation
3617 Westwind Blvd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
phone: (707) 579-6566
fax: (707) 578-8473










Motion Analysis Corporation will be hosting its annual Clinical Gait
Usersmeeting and Tutorial session.  This year's setting will be in
conjuction withthe North American Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis
Society (GCMAS) meetingat the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN (April 12th-15th,
2000).  We are invitingall interested Motion Analysis users and motion
capture gait clinicians to themeeting and session.  Please note
priority seating will be provided to theMotion Analysis user for these
sessions.  It will be our policy to expand theroom versus excluding an
interested clinician.The Tutorial Training SessionWednesday, 
April 12th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Radisson Hotel inRochester,
MNThe Tutorial Session will focus on the following topics that will
enable theuser/clinician to expand their system to the next level of 3D data
processing:1) EVa data collection and EVa Real-Time display overview and
incorporatingthe data into Mocap Solver:  Mocap Solver is incorporated
into the EVa systemand uses a hierarchical skeleton which is composed of
parent and child segmentto drive a biomechanics model.  This model
allows the child segments to followtheir parent root and have the
translation of the skeleton applied once to theroot segment, allowing for 6
degrees of freedom (3 rotations and 3translations).  Mocap Solver is
beneficial in driving your data into animationmodels, (SIMM) and also
viewing within the EVa Viewer as a wire frame vsstick figure
activity.2) SIMM (Simulated Interactive Musculo-skeletal Modeling) is
completelyintegrated with EVa and EVa Real-time.  You will take the Eva
data set usingthe modified Helen Hayes gait marker set into SIMM, and
develop a Visualqualitative animated model.3) KinTrak which is our
3D Biomechanics software program will be the finalsession on the
Tutorial.  KinTrak will enable you to expand and diversify yourlab to
measure and generate kinematics and kinetics for 3D foot, back, headand
neck, and/or full body movements.  Whether for Golf or tissue
analysis,Kintrak non-script programming features provide the tools to
generate yourdata.Continental breakfast will be
served.R.S.V.P. by April 5, 2000 to Sales@motionanalysis.com to reserve
your space.User's MeetingThursday, April 13th from 5:30 pm
to 8:30 pm at the Radisson Hotel inRochester, MNThe User's Meeting
will focus on the following user requested topics:1) Overview of EVa and
EVa Real-Time into SIMM2) Update on OrthoTrak Clinical Gait Management
Software3) Users Research and Discussion4) New:  The Twilight
"Gait" Zone Play  starring a MAC MD user and
MACclinician5) Summary and conclusionR.S.V.P. by April 5, 2000
to Sales@motionanalysis.com to
reserve your space atthe User's meeting and Twilight "Gait" Zone
PlayThere will also be a user's meeting held during the American College
of Sports MedicineConference in Indianapolis, IN  May 30 - June 2,
2000For further information on the conference please go to the GCMA web
page athttp://www.gcmas.org.For
further information on Motion Analysis contactDan.India@MotionAnalysis.Com
Rebecca StineApplication
Engineer/BiomechanicsMotion Analysis Corporation3617 Westwind
Blvd.Santa Rosa, CA 95403phone: (707) 579-6566fax: (707)
578-8473