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Biomechanics Labs

Biomechanics Laboratory

Health Sciences



The biomechanics laboratory (160 Corbett Building) is an 1800 square foot facility that is located within the Division of Kinesiology and Health. The laboratory includes a data collection area, a teaching area, and an office area. The biomechanics laboratory has the mission of using motion, force, and electromyography measurements to study human movements.

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Motion Capture System

Eight Vicon Bonita cameras and Vicon Nexus motion capture system with 64-channel analog capability

Bonita Cameras
Motion Capture


Bertec Force Platforms

Two Bertec force platforms mounted in a pit isolated from the building foundation

Two portable Bertec force platforms.

Bertec force platforms 1
Bertec force platforms 2


Delsys Myomonitor EMG system

Delsys Myomonitor EMG system with 8-channel capability.

Delsys Myomonitor  EMG 1
Delsys Myomonitor  EMG 2


JVC GC-PX10 high-definition camcorders

Three JVC GC-PX10 high-definition camcorders.

 JVC GC-PX10 high-definition camcorders 1
 JVC GC-PX10 high-definition camcorders 2


Vicon peak 32-point calibration frame 

Vicon peak 32-point calibration frame for direct linear transformation.

Vicon peak 32-point calibration frame  1
Vicon peak 32-point calibration frame  1 2


IMU inertial sensors

Four Vicon IMU inertial sensors

Vicon IMU inertial sensors 1
Vicon IMU inertial sensors 2




Data Collection Area


Data Collection Area


Teaching Area


Office Area

Contact Us

UW Division of Kinesiology and Health

Corbett Building 119

Laramie , WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5284


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