Unlock the intelligence of human movement with DARI markerless motion analytics. DARI is the world’s first and only technology that delivers validated 3D kinematic and kinetic motion analytics without sensors, markers, or force plates. Explore movement as it was meant to be–without limitation.
Quantifying Human Motion
Protect your most valuable resource–your employees. DARI Motion can reduce risk of injury, improve overall wellness and lower musculoskeletal spend.
“We use DARI to get the best out of our student athletes. The motion capture allows us to really see what’s happening, beyond what we can see with our coaching eye.”
Geoff Puls, University of Notre Dame
Former Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach/Head of Weight Room Diagnostics
“We really value employee wellness. DARI allows us to address a lot of potential injuries proactively–meaning our employees stay healthier on and off the job.”
Jim Kirkbride, Susan B. Allen Memorial Hospital
“We use DARI as part of our overall injury prevention protocols. We classify each athlete according to their dysfunction and vulnerability scores in order to determine where we need to start them in our intervention protocols.”
Logan Ogden, University of Nebraska Omaha
Director of Strength & Conditioning
World’s Largest Biomechanical Database – 45.1 Billion+ Data Points Collected
Submillimeter Accuracy with Unmatched Reproducibility and Speed
Research-Grade Biomechanics at Population Scale
Full Functional Scan with Personalized Report in 7 Minutes or Less
ACL injuries have long been a plague of Australian Rules Football, likely owing to the cuts, pivots and tackles inherent in the sport. Earlier this decade, however, the Carlton Blues club in Melbourne had designated physiotherapist Sam Rosengarten as its injury prevention coordinator worked with post-doctoral fellow Hossein Mokhtarzadeh on a new program informed by the installation of an innovative markerless motion capture system invented by DARI Motion.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine is the first research facility in the Department of Defense to use new Dynamic Athletic Research Institute 3D biomarkerless technology to predict injuries before they happen, allowing for intervention to prevent injuries and improve recovery rates.