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Motion seamlessly captured
MVN Awinda is a motion capture system with 17 wireless sensors fitted on the body with adjustable straps. It supports fast, easy, and reliable motion capture, making it ideal for regular motions and multiple actors using the same set-up. With a range of up to 50 m, it can be used in a wide variety of applications, including workplace ergonomics, rehabilitation and injury prevention, animation, entertainment, biomechanical science and human factor research. Plus, it can be worn over clothing.
Inertial motion capture requires sensors attached to the body to capture movements. But that’s only the half of it. You need both hardware and software for a full motion capture system.
Up to 60 Hz
Radio protocol (Awinda)
17 (+1) wireless sensors
T-shirts and straps
Up to 60 Hz
Radio protocol (Awinda protocol)
Awinda recording and docking station
17 wireless sensors (and 1 prop sensor)
Full body strap set (including 3 Awinda shirts in size S, L & XL)
Includes, via BNC connectors Third party e.g. EMG sensors, force plates (with Awinda station)
Sturdy neoprene case
Full compatibility with Xsens Metagloves by Manus, Xsens gloves by Manus, Manus Prime II, and Stretchsense gloves
We offer smart bundles of hardware, software, and cloud processing options to meet your needs. Reach out to us to learn more or if you need help configuring your system.
See why motion capture is the secret to preventing or reducing injuries, improving strength and conditioning, and enhancing workplace ergonomics.
Discover how motion capture can drive innovation in biomechanical research, sports science and human–machine interaction.
Next-level gait analysis at the university of Bologna
The University of Bologna has taken its motion analysis capabilities to the next level with Xsens’ brand new automated MVN Reports.
Investigating the extreme neck movements of straddle truck operators using MVN Analyze
APM Terminals Rotterdam it is one of the largest container terminals in Europe.
Gippsland Tech School: Giving students a mocap education with Xsens
Located in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia, Gippsland Tech School allows secondary school (7th–12th grade) students from the Latrobe LGA access to new technologies and potential new career paths.
Other motion capture products
MVN Analyze is specialized software adjusted for human motion analysis. It features a scalable biomechanical model, allows up to four hardware setups, and supports different calibration routines.
MVN Reports instantly present complex movement data in an accessible, easy-to-read report. Enabled by Xsens MotionCloud, this technology enables you to generate automated reports for Health and Sports applications with ease.
MVN Animate proprietary motion capture software streams or exports all your motion captured data to your 3D package.
The Xsens Metaglove by Manus uses high-fidelity finger tracking using sub-millimeter accurate fingertip tracking sensors and can be seamlessly added to your Xsens mocap system.