This study found that specific key indicators in DARI Motion data helped lead to the prediction of musculoskeletal (MSK) issues in marines. These tools could add value in creating modifiable strength and conditioning training programs before or during military training.
This study demonstrates the clinical utility of the kinematics produced by DARI Motion and how they can be applied to better understand athletic movement. DARI captured the active hip range of motion during the batting swings of 29 elite-level baseball players.
This is the initial study validating the patented motion capture model. The work presents one of the first full body tracking solutions that is capable of producing human body-shape modification effects in real-time.
This kinematics validation study compared DARI to a motion analysis corporation (MAC) system for measurements assessing pitching performance. The multi-joint evaluation showed the coefficient of multiple correlations for eight data signals was between .90-.99.
This kinetic validation study compared jumping tasks using DARI Motion’s patented ground reaction force model to the direct measure of a force plate. The findings indicate the DARI Motion model can accurately assess peak force and peak power during jumping.
This study showed that subjects tracked at three different sessions (three different time points) in the same DARI Motion system had no statistical difference in DARI Motion biometrics. ICCs ranged from .95-.80 for five unique biometrics.