The future of
Proactively preventing injuries with video-based AI fitness assessments.
How does DRESIO's technology work?
DRESIO uses a unique mix of signal processing and AI technologies to extract and analyze joint position data taken from a person's video images.
Human position detection
Requires only a laptop and a camera
Biomechanical data we provide
DRESIO uses proprietary deep learning AI models to extract full-body skeletal and object key points, including up to 30 joint centers. Our solution has a proprietary biomechanics engine that extracts full-body kinematics of joints. The library provides time series and summarizes discrete metrics in generic and sport-specific modules.
Center of mass
The center of mass is the point at which the accumulated mass of the body's individual segments is concentrated in, and will change depending on the posture or movement of the individual.
Angular velocity refers to how fast the joint angle is changing.
Joint distance ratio is a variable which measure the distance between multiple joints, in relation to the distance between another set of joints or the original set of joints after a movement has been performed.
Joint distance ratio
Movement speed is the rate at which an individual is moving parts of their body.
Joint angle is the angle formed between two connecting parts of the body.
Range of motion
Range of motion is the extent to which an individual is comfortably able to rotate their joints and adopt certain postures.
Proprietary 3D Balance Radar
Valid estimation of center of mass based on proven research
Real-time monitoring of body stability through a single-lens camera
Reliable metric for balance scoring catered for inter-individual anthropometric variability
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