Intel® 3D Athlete Tracking: Accuracy in Clinic, Convenience at Home

A Talk by Breana Cappuccilli
Biomechanics Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Intel’s 3D Athlete Tracking (3DAT) was originally designed to meet the demands of training elite athletes, who require accurate and actionable information in their natural training environment. 3DAT leverages ordinary video to extract information about an individual’s form and motion without the need for on-body sensors. Based on AI and computer vision, 3DAT is camera agnostic, ingesting feeds from one or multiple cameras. The same platform that can power a clinical set up with eight high-speed cameras can function with a single mobile phone at home. 3DAT opens the door for a new level of care that blends in-clinic accuracy with the continuity of data between visits, revolutionizing monitoring of individuals with MSK disorders or undergoing physical therapy. Come learn how 3DAT can enable greater insights into your care models!

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