This information is for Vicon ProCalc 1.5. For up-to-date help, see the latest ProCalc documentation.

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ProCalc always needs some motion captured data to work with. The data is loaded from a C3D file, which could contain one or more of the following:

  • 3D trajectories (XYZ positions of markers in space and time).
  • Modeled data (joint angles, moments, forces, powers and so on), for example, from the Plug-in Gait model.
  • Standard Vicon events (left/right/general foot strike/foot off/general).
  • Analog data (for example EMG or force plates).

When you launch ProCalc, the main ProCalc interface appears:

Main ProCalc interface


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The main window consists of four parts:

  • Top left lists the variables or trials that you’re currently working with.
  • Bottom left contains buttons, menus and other controls that let you modify the variables.
  • Top right contains the 3D workspace that shows you what you’re working with.
  • Bottom right contains a textual log output window.

To load data:

  1. At the top left, click the Data Management tab.
  2. Navigate to the desired .c3d file and double-click it.
    The .c3d file is displayed in the 3D workspace as a stick figure, similar to the display in Vicon Nexus.