Thank you Wagner for your reply. I know the German company SIMI has made some progress. The BioMotion Laboratory from Stanford university has used it since 2008-2009. The lab claims that it was quickerin collection, but it was very heavy in computation time for post-processingand analysis of each trial.

I would like to use it with figure skaters, so if any of you have any advice - that would be appreciated. Figure skaters rotate up to 5 rev/sec in the air, and I wonder on the quality of image and analysis.

Thank you,

Lee Cabell