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Nexus Advanced Gait Workflow

Nexus Advanced Gait Workflow 1.4.0 Plugin Gait Matlab is available now

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NexusAGW_1.4.0

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File Name: NexusAGWInstaller_1.4.0.100608h.zip

The Advanced Gait Workflow (AGW) is add-on for Vicon Nexus 2.

The AGW is a preconfigured set of capture and process steps (A Nexus Biomechanics Workflow) intended to assist the user in capturing trials for SCoRE and SARA functional joint calibrations.

The Trial Types, VSTs, Realtime Montiors and Processing Pipelines necessary to capture and calibration SCoRE hip joint centre locations and SARA optimized knee flexion / extension axes are installed with the AGW including documentation.

The AGW installer also includes the latest version of Vicon’s Plug-In Gait.M (MatLab).

The Plug-In Gait Matlab code can be found in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Vicon\Nexus2.6\SDK\Matlab

If users wish to produce all the kinematic and kinetic output form Plug-in Gait with SCoRE hips and SARA knees as a foundation this model can be used (MathWorks MatLab 2013b or newer).

The Optimum Common Shape Technique (OCST), Symmetrical Center of Rotation Estimation (SCoRE) and Symmetrical Axis of Rotation Analysis (SARA) methods are based on research publications which can be obtain from Vicon upon request. As the research and validation of the values produced by these methods is a continuing effort it is recommended that OCST, SCoRE and SARA are used for investigative and research purposes. It is the responsibility of the user to review the scientific references and understand the methods. Any use of the methods as part of a clinical assessment is strictly at the discretion of the user.

Requirements

Nexus 2.6.0 Mathworks – MatLab 2013b license or newer required to use PIG.M.

NexusAGW_1.3.0

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File Name: NexusAGWInstaller_1.3.0.93422h_x86.zip

The Advanced Gait Workflow (AGW) is add-on for Vicon Nexus 2.

The AGW is a preconfigured set of capture and process steps (A Nexus Biomechanics Workflow) intended to assist the user in capturing trials for SCoRE and SARA functional joint calibrations.

The Trial Types, VSTs, Realtime Montiors and Processing Pipelines necessary to capture and calibration SCoRE hip joint centre locations and SARA optimized knee flexion / extension axes are installed with the AGW including documentation.

The AGW installer also includes the latest version of Vicon’s Plug-In Gait.M (MatLab).

The Plug-In Gait Matlab code can be found in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Vicon\Nexus2.2\SDK\Matlab

If users wish to produce all the kinematic and kinetic output form Plug-in Gait with SCoRE hips and SARA knees as a foundation this model can be used (MathWorks MatLab 2013b or newer).

The Optimum Common Shape Technique (OCST), Symmetrical Center of Rotation Estimation (SCoRE) and Symmetrical Axis of Rotation Analysis (SARA) methods are based on research publications which can be obtain from Vicon upon request. As the research and validation of the values produced by these methods is a continuing effort it is recommended that OCST, SCoRE and SARA are used for investigative and research purposes. It is the responsibility of the user to review the scientific references and understand the methods. Any use of the methods as part of a clinical assessment is strictly at the discretion of the user.

Requirements

Nexus 2.5.0 Mathworks – MatLab 2013b license or newer required to use PIG.M.

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Female

Small Medium Large
Chest 78.7cm / 31in 85.1cm / 33.5in 87.6cm / 34.5in
Waist 63.5cm / 25in 68.6cm / 27in 78.7cm / 31in
Hips 81.3cm / 32in 86.4cm / 34in 91.4cm / 36in
Inside Leg 66cm / 26in 69.9cm / 27.5in 77.5cm / 30.5in

Male

Small Medium Large Extra Large
Chest 86.4cm / 34in 94cm / 37in 103cm / 40.6in 114.3cm / 44.5in
Waist 71.1cm / 28in 83.8cm / 33in 90cm / 35.4in 99.1cm / 39in
Hips 88.9cm / 35in 94cm / 37in 100cm / 39.4in 109.2cm / 43in
Inside Leg 66cm / 26in 69.2cm / 27.3in 71cm / 28.3in 81.3cm / 32in