In the clinic I use my iPad and HudlTechnique (basic is free) for showing a patient what I’m noticing in their movement or for me to slow it down so i can see better. I thought I would pass along a new one I just found that is Windows-based. I haven’t played with it yet, but it looks like it would be a great resource so I’m passing it along – Kinovea is open-source.
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