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HMAL Facility & Resources

Located in the Health Sciences Building at the University of Washington, the 520 square foot Human Motion Analysis Laboratory features a wide variety of technological resources to assist with both clinical and research objectives. Our state-of-the-art facility includes:

  • A 6-camera Qualisys (link) motion capture system
  • Two triaxial force platforms
  • A NeuroCom balance testing platform
  • Two 8-channel surface EMG systems
  • A 2-sensor mini-Bird electromagnetic tracking system
  • A pressure mapping system

Employing a full-time engineer, the lab can develop custom hardware and software solutions to facilitate the capture and analysis of data unique to this field of research. Major software products we provide include: AnyBody, LabVIEW, MotionMonitor, QTrac, SIMM, Visual 3D. In addition, a biostatistician familiar with biomechanics research is available for consultation.

To learn more, please explore the links below:

Featured Research Articles

Assistive Technology

View the latest research articles on Assistive Technology written by faculty from the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Volunteer to Participate in our Research Studies

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is looking for volunteers to participate in research studies on Multiple Sclerosis & Pain Management, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

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