This information is for Vicon Nexus 2.15. For up-to-date help, see the latest Nexus documentation.

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Before you collect your trial data, you must first have calibrated the labeling skeleton (see Calibrate a labeling skeleton) and ensured your subject is wearing the appropriate marker set. 

When you have calibrated the labeling skeleton, you are ready to capture movement trials for the specified subject, during which the patient performs the motion that is to be analyzed. You then reconstruct and label the trial data, and run any further processing required.

For detailed instructions on these steps, see:

You capture motion data using the tools in the Capture Tools pane, and process trial data using tools on the Nexus menu bar or in the Pipeline Tools pane.