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the basic marker set i'm using has 61 (passive) markers [marker set front & back] tracked using a Motion Analysis system.

The image below shows the paths (coloured lines) of the markers and a htr skeleton[Lulewicz] derived from SIMM (Software for Interactive Musculoskeletal Modeling)[Neuromuscular Biomechanics Lab] solving within the Motion Analysis software[ma-simm].

The movement is a torso spiral with an extended right arm. An eight camera setup was used to tracked the motion at 200 Hz, marker noise was cleaned using a 20 Hz Butterworth filter[Wikipedia].

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