Tuesday, 21st March 2017
We will be embarking on a nation wide tour of Ireland to showcase the potential of this new technology to professionals in the areas of sports medicine, sports science and digital media. The portability of our system will ensure that we will be able to visit many locations including Thurles, Kilkenny, Dublin, Belfast and Derry. We will provide further updates on this closer to the launch.
Thursday / Friday, 23rd/24th February 2017
EI Funded Validation Study - CAPPA Institute & Biomedical Engineering Dept at the Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, Ireland.
Part of Anamo's Build Program for 2017 we were extremely fortunate to secure the services of Dr Nils Hasler of the Max-Planck-Institute, Germany to assist us with our validation study into the reliability of our motion capture algorithms. The purpose of this validation study was to compare our Anamo, Markerless motion capture system with the 'gold standard' marker based Vicon motion capture system.
We are currently analysing the results of this study and will publish our results in the near future, however our initial impressions are very promising.
On the day, we were very pleased to welcome RTE who were filming our validation day as part of an upcoming documentary into emerging technologies that are designed to improve athletes performance in their sporting field.
10th November 2016
Anamo Prometrics Ltd opened on 10th November 2016 and is operating from its Mo-Cap Lab at the Marina Commercial Park, Cork, Ireland.
Presently the Lab is very busy with research and development projects which are examining the potential causes of dysfunctional human motion that leads to injury.