Bertec Immersive Labs is an integrated research system for research grade kinetic and kinematic movement analysis with visual and audio feedback in real time. The product integrates an instrumented treadmill, 3D motion capture system, The MotionMonitor software and an immersive environment with controlled visual and auditory feedback, making this one of the most advanced systems for locomotion and balance research.
- Research-grade data and real time control
- Build your own feedback system
- Flexibility in choosing hardware for movement analysis
- Advanced system for locomotion and balance research
- Expand the type of studies you build
- Customised immersive scenarios
Integrated research system
Experience one of the most advanced systems for locomotion and balance research with an integrated, fully instrumented treadmill, 3D motion capture system, The MotionMonitor software, and an immersive environment with controlled visual and auditory feedback.
Feedback in real-time
Build your own feedback system with research-grade kinetic and kinematic movement analysis, real-time visual and audio feedback, and research-grade data.
Customised immersive scenarios
Implement your own immersive scenarios and expand the type of studies you build. Bertec Immersive Labs offers flexibility in choosing major motion capture systems and hardware for movement analysis.
- Available in 5m, 4m, and 3m screens
- Compatible with any major motion capture systems
- Supports a wide variety of 3D motion capture systems, footswitches, EMGs, IMUs; allowing a wide range of measurement along with the basic joint kinematics and ground reaction forces
- Research collaboration opportunities available
- Accurate ground reaction forces and centre of pressure using Bertec’s instrumented treadmill
- The instrumented treadmill speed and acceleration can be controlled at a frequency of 1kHz at a fixed or self-paced mode
- Customise immersive scenarios for visual and audio stimulus using the software tools provided
- Customisation with the immersive software and auxiliary hardware based on the current needs of research protocols