|Score behaviours from video||The Observer XT|
|Score behaviours in the field||The Observer XT|
|Analyse walking and gait||Simi Motion|
|Automatically track movement||EthoVision XT|
|Measure activity patterns||EthoVision XT|
|Teach students how to make behavioural observations||Observation Suites|
A complete system to collect, analyse and present observational data, be it human or animal, live or from video. User-friendly, flexible, with the ability to integrate and analyse other data streams, The Observer XT is the perfect hub for many researchers across a variety of disciplines, such as: psychology; zoology; pharmacology; education and training.
Motion analysis of human, animal and mechanical devices in 2 & 3D. Measure angles, accelerations, forces and distances using automatic tracking of as many points as you need.
Integrate motion capture with other devices such as forceplates & EMG. Visualise results in tables, graphs, stick figure overlays and as sequences of images. Automatically calculate and export a range of statistics from raw or filtered data.
For filming at remote locations where mains power is not available, regular access is difficult, activity is sporadic and / or nocturnal.
Our remote-site filming systems are custom-built to match your requirements whether you're filming bats, badgers, foxes or early-morning joggers!
We design, install, support and provide training for a range of behavioural observation laboratories from simple one-camera systems through to complex usability labs. featuring screen capture, mouse and keyboard logging, automatic emotion measurement, physiology and eye tracking.
EthoVision XT software is the most widely published and comprehensive video tracking software, being highly flexible for use with virtually any organism in any arena. Features include marker-less tracking of groups, automatic experimental control and the most powerful data selection and analysis features on the market.
Here are some of the scenarios relevant to Zoology and the products that would be appropriate.
|Observe social interactions between primates|
|Tracking movement patterns as a stress indicator in pigs|
|Modelling insect gait|
|Examining patterns in feed pecking behaviour in chickens|
|Activity budgets of farm and domestic animals|
|Monitor marine mammals ultrasonic vocalisations|
|Investigating dominance hierachies in baboons|
|Filming aphid predators day and night|