The 3D video allows providers to visualise and analyse the movements of the person during different exercises. A scan file is in a special format known as a ‘.qpdat file’ is opened through Movement lab and the 3D video can be accessed. It is not a video file (such as .mpeg or .wmv) that can be played in a normal 2D media player. A scan is typically downloaded into Movement Lab from an Organisation’s scan library. Scan files can also be imported into movement lab from other forms of storage such as internal (eg. local hard drive) or external (eg. USB) storage.

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It can be replayed and accessed multiple times only on Movement Lab. Since access to Movement Lab is only to analyst within the organisation, to view the 3D video, only these group of users can have access. 



1. Move the person in 3D space

Qinematic 3D recording makes it possible to move the person in 3D space. Clicking on the screen and move the mouse to manually change the view. With one camera, approximately 60% of the surface of the body is recorded from the front, which is sufficient for satisfactory body tracking and calculations. Other features to ease the movement of person.

1A: Selection of a fixed plane (Front, Right Side, Left Side, Helicopter and Floor).

1B: Zoom in and zoom out function to visualise a specific section of the video.

1C: Align the 3D image of the person parallel to the floor.

1D: Mirror of the 3D image of the person.

2. Individual in 3D space

Visualise the scanned individual's body by projecting the surface area of the person on a 3D space. Enabling or disabling this function would show or hide the 3D image of the person.

3. Surface area of the environment

Visualise the surface area of the environment. Enabling or disabling this function would show or hide the raw point cloud data for the entire room during a recording. Use this feature to check the quality of the recording.

4. Tracking points

Show XYZ co-ordinates for tracking points of the various positions of interest. (eg. shoulder, head, hips, knee, foot, ankle)

5. 3D video of the different exercise

Selection of the various exercise and the information about the number of attempts of the exercise.

6. Basic information about the person

7. Control the video

The 3D video player in Movement Lab can play, replay, pause, stop, and change playback speeds.