Vicon Nexus provides you with the following options for modeling:
Plug-in Gait and the Oxford Foot Model. If you are new to modeling with Nexus, the Plug-in Gait model provides a good introduction: all the operations necessary to run the model are supplied with Nexus. This option is described in this guide. For details, see:
- About the Plug-in Gait model
- Plug-in Gait files installed with Vicon Nexus
- How Plug-in Gait works
- Take subject measurements for Plug-in Gait
- Attach Plug-in Gait markers to a patient
- Plug-in Gait Static pipeline
- Plug-in Gait Dynamic pipeline
In addition, a Vicon Nexus 2 tutorial video, PlugIn Gait AI: Marker Locations and Subject Measurements, is available on YouTube.
As the videos were recorded using an earlier version of Nexus 2, you may notice small differences in the user interface.
- MATLAB. If you are familiar with MATLAB, you can use the supplied examples to create your own custom models. For more information, see Modeling with MATLAB in the Vicon Nexus Reference Guide.
- Python. If you are familiar with Python, you can use the supplied examples to create your own custom models. For more information, see
For simplicity, modeling operations are described as separate steps. However, if you want to run modeling operations automatically, you can add them (and any other operations required) to a post-capture pipeline that runs as soon as capture finishes. For more information see step 7 in Capture the required movement.