To get a copy of Motion Analysis, go to the downloads page
Motion Analysis is freeware. However, in the wide world of image analysis and kinematics software, it is a fine example of the old saying that you get what you pay for (and vice versa). For example: Motion Analysis does not have any image recognition algorithms, and therefore cannot automatically 'track' sections of an image from frame to frame. It also has no provisions for compensating for parallax or correcting for other image distortions. However, it does have a number of useful features that help simplify the processing of 2-dimensional movements:
|Starting the program||Digitizing page|
|Controls page||Saving digitized data|
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|OS X compatability: Motion Analysis runs natively with OS X. It also works with OS 8.6 - 9.x (if the 'carbon library' is installed).|
|No warranty of any kind is offered or implied. Motion Analysis is NOT a commercial product and may not be sold or copied for commercial purposes.|
Motion Analysis was written in FutureBasic (©Staz Software, Inc.; http://www.stazsoftware.com) by Mark Chappell (a.k.a. 'Warthog Systems', with apologies to Sable Systems and Gilbert Shelton) with facilities provided by the University of California, Riverside.
If you have questions about the program, please contact me at email@example.com .
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