We are fortunate to live and work in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill) with many collaborators in the greater biomechanics community. Check out the Applied Biomechanics Laboratory videos on the Triangle Biomechanics YouTube Channel for more information on the tools and techniques we use to study human walking!
We enjoy sharing codes that help advance scientific progress in human movement analysis. Visit our GitHub page to access our open-source research codes!
Batch OpenSim Processing – Batch Process biomechanical data (markers and ground reaction forces) through OpenSim via Matlab.
Self-Pace Propulsive Force Bioefeedback Study – Run Bertec split belt treadmill in fixed speed and adaptive speed conditions.
SpeedFp Clamp Data & Analysis Code – Data files and processing script for Speed-Fp Clamp Study