Noraxon USA Inc., a leader in human movement metrics and biomechanics research solutions, have released the NiNOX™ camera system, the world’s first and only ultra-portable USB-powered, high-definition camera system with integrated LED light for capturing and analyzing highly accurate human movement data. The NiNOX camera system gives biomechanics researchers and sports scientists a way to capture human movement wherever the action takes place, inside the lab or out in the field. Applications include research, athletics and sports medicine, clinical rehabilitation, and performance enhancement.
“Until now, biomechanics researchers and sports scientists have been limited in their ability to capture video of human motion in its most natural setting,” said Brent Perkins, President of Noraxon. “With the NiNOX 125 and NiNOX 250 cameras, we’ve enabled not only video data capture in any environment, but also the ability to instantly stream it to Noraxon’s popular myoRESEARCH® 3 biomechanics software running remotely or in the lab. For anyone analyzing human movement, it’s a convenient, simple solution for capturing precise visual data.”
Designed specifically to meet the growing demand for true mobility in the study of biomechanics, the NiNOX cameras capture visual data at up to 250 frames per second and features slow-motion playback for frame-by-frame viewing, allowing users to analyze the data and video at the optimal speed. When streaming into the Noraxon myoRESEARCH® software platform outfitted with the myoVIDEO™ and myoMOTION™ modules, the system delivers both video and a 3D avatar side-by-side for intricate motion analysis.
NiNOX cameras are now available in two models (125 or 250) as a stand-alone camera system or as part of the recently announced myoMETRICS™ Portable Lab, Noraxon’s fully synchronized biomechanics lab-in-a-box. The NiNOX camera systems represent another key building block in Noraxon’s Biomechanics Research Ecosystem, an integrated hardware and software platform designed to enable the global biomechanics community in its pursuit to understand, improve, and advance the body of knowledge for human movement research. Learn more about NiNOX camera systems here.