Shortly before the pandemic struck, two dozen Vicon Vantage motion capture cameras and several iPads ringed a spring training mound. Taking turns on the rubber were three pitchers with notable injury histories and several Blue Trident sensors strapped around their chests, shoulders and elbows. They were using Vicon’s updated Capture. U app, which harnesses Apple ARKit 3 to collect kinematic data such as joint angles during delivery and then render augmented reality 2D and 3D skeletons in real-time. “A lot of our customers were wanting improved visualization, having more realistic avatars on top so that they're able to provide that feedback,” says Kim Duffy, product manager for Vicon’s life sciences . .
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