Mobile Motion Visualizer AKIRA

A masterpiece of Rehabilitation "AKIRA"

Mobile Motion Visualizer AKIRA is a medical equipment that was born out of the needs of rehabilitation. With a contactless sensor, it is able to evaluate the ranges of joint motion. Using AKIRA is as simple as taking a video. Without any marker and without increasing the burden on patients, it is abl e to measure and records all the 3D information, relating to posture and motion of the body. Furthermore, it is equipped with an array of functions aiding analysis and measurement. As a range of joint motion measuring device this system can be widely used for scenarios where body measurements are required, not just for medical purpose.

 

Brochure is here.

 



 

Publication information of thesis


Thesis No.1

"Journal of Biomechanics"
Volume 71, 11 April 2018, Pages 281-285

Title :
Validity of time series kinematical data as measured by a markerless motion capture system on a flatland for gait assessment

Authors : RyoTanaka,HarukaTakimoto,TakahiroYamasaki,AriakiHigashi
https://www.jbiomech.com/article/S0021-9290(18)30071-X/abstract

 


Thesis No.2

"Gait & Posture"
Volume 62, May 2018, Pages 458-462

Title : 
Validity of motion analysis using the Kinect system to evaluate single leg stance in patients with hip disorders

Authors :MakotoAsaeda,WataruKuwahara,NaotoFujita,TakumaYamasaki,NobuoAdachi
https://www.gaitposture.com/article/S0966-6362(18)30342-4/abstract

 


Thesis No.3

"Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology"
Published online: 30 May 2018
Volume 42 Issue 3 Pages 175-181

Title : 
Validity of the total body centre of gravity during gait using a markerless motion capture system

Authors : RyoTanaka,TakuyaKubota,TakahiroYamasaki,AriakiHigashi
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03091902.2018.1449909