Quote Originally Posted by jrasmussen56 View Post
This paper describes a method:
https://doi.org/10.1080/10255840903067080

The paper is about parameter estimation of the system based on the redundant kinematic information provided when you have more markers than strictly necessary to drive the system, which is almost always the case. If you consider the knee joint centre as a parameter, then the method will identify it.

The method is an integral part of the algorithms for mocap processing in the AnyBody Modeling System.

Best regards,
John
Hi John,

Unfortunately it seems like this method needs motion to calculate the knee joint centre. It will never work with a static measurement as input, am i right?
This is not possible in my case to change the static trial to one with motion since the workflow only uses a static measurement before the person is gonna run and walk afterwards and get real-time feedback at the same time.

Thank you anyway