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DARI Motion Provides Motion Capture Tech Without Markers, Force Plates

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.
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Tri-Force Fitness Now Offers DARI Motion Technology for Health and Mobility Screening

Tri-Force Fitness is taking performance improvement to the next level with the purchase of their DARI Motion (DARI) system. This cutting-edge technology will allow Tri-Force to quickly assess anyone’s biomechanics and identify asymmetries, imbalances, kinetic deficiencies, and compensation patterns. Then, with data in hand, certified professional training staff can help clients improve their fitness and mobility.
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Training Center: Motion-capture technology helps fix imbalances

Colby Pearce, a 45-year-old former Olympian and highly decorated track and road cyclist, was injured in a fall on the velodrome in February 2017. The crash left him with a broken right clavicle and several fractured ribs. He visited the University of Colorado Sports Medicine and Performance Center in August and told specialists he felt lopsided, as though the right and left sides of his body were out of sync.