Revolutionary wearable sensor technology
ViPerform™ is a wireless sensor technology that tracks and measures how elite athletes move in real-time. The ViPerform™ system consists of wearable motion and muscle activity sensors that record data at 200 frames per second, and intuitive software with sophisticated algorithms that turn robust data into easy-to-read and meaningful results. ViPerform™ will change how trainers and coaches evaluate, screen and assess athletes.
ViPerform™ Sensors Send Information Wirelessly To Software On Your Computer In Real-Time.
ViPerform™ Sensors Are Synced With HD Video To Produce Real-Time Objective Data.
ViPerform’s sensors can be used on a range of anatomical locations. The sensors adhere to the skin using low irritant, disposable adhesive pads. The movement and the muscle activity sensors send a stream of data to a tiny Recording and Feedback Device (RFD). When the RFD is connected to a computer via a USB cable, the ViPerform software is able to analyze a live feed of information. This can be used to do quick in-clinic assessments as well as providing immediate visual feedback for movement retraining. With the RFD disconnected from a computer, the device continues to record data. This allows for the athlete to be monitored for up to 24 hours outside of a training facility. The RFD can be programmed to give customized biofeedback to the athlete to alert them when they make an undesired movement.
Jog, Run, Sprint, Acceleration/Deceleration, Distance Run
Leg Symmetry, Average Ground Reaction Force (L&R Leg), Average Initial Peak Acceleration, Average Ground Contact Time (L&R Leg), Average Steps Per Minute, Total Distance, Average Speed, Time, Outdoor Assessment for Up to 24 Hours
Single Leg Squat, Double Leg Squat, Single Leg Hop, Single Leg Box Drop, Double Leg Box Drop
Tibial Inclination, Valgus and Varus Range of Movement, Valgus and Varus Speed
Active and Passive Straight Leg Raise
Active and Passive Range of Movement
Hurdle Step, Inline Lunge, Overhead Squat, Push-Up, Bird Dog, Plank Tests, Flexion, Extension, Rotation
Range of Movement, Quality of Movement, and Deviation from Start Position