Parkinson’s Disease / 2018 / Article / Fig 1

Clinical Study

Accuracy of Markerless 3D Motion Capture Evaluation to Differentiate between On/Off Status in Parkinson’s Disease after Deep Brain Stimulation

Figure 1

Approximate sketch of BME room, which measured 6 × 6 × 3 meters. Each number represents a camera (18 in total), the different colors of the cameras represent the wall they were on. Cameras were located at two different levels: upper level cameras 1–12 were at a height of 2.6 meters and lower level cameras 13–18 at a height of 30 centimeters from the floor approximately. Distance between upper-level cameras varied but averaged 1.8 meters (range 1.4–2 meters). Distance between lower-level cameras was too variable. The floor was covered in a green screen. Subjects were able to use the entire room for evaluation.

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