Our HumanTrak 2.0 results data is filtered, with both the positional data and quaternion data being smoothed. This was done to remove the jitter that is present in the raw data.
What can you do?
We recommend conducting HumanTrak tests within a room with optimal lighting conditions. This ensures you are collecting accurate data for every single test.
If you would like to conduct tests outside, we recommend checking if the joints are tracked by the camera appropriately. To test this, turn on the "Axis visualization" button in the kit setup menu. If the axes shown are stable and track the joints well, you can conduct data outside or on a grass floor.
We collaborate with well-established research labs to continuously test our products. Some of the projects have been published or are under review in top research journals.