In this review: Accuracy of Video-Based Gait Analysis Using Pose Estimation During Treadmill Walking Versus Overground Walking in Persons After Stroke (PTJ: Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Journal)
From PTJ: A Cheaper Alternative to Expensive Tech for Gait Analysis Poststroke?
Researchers say that videos fed into a “pose estimation” algorithm produced gait data comparable to results from motion capture technology.
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