Preceding the inclusion of D-IMager, the user had to wear a sensor on their body to control the onscreen action. Panasonic's technology eliminates the body-worn marker affording the user unrestricted movement. TRAZER captures all movements including turning, bending and twisting -- and the D-IMager allows the user's entire body to interact in the activity.
"Physical rehabilitation, sports training and fitness are ideal applications for the D-IMager. Accurate pixel-by-pixel image information enables full body motion tracking for precise feedback on the user's progress. Reliability is ensured with strong ambient lighting resistance and a 10 year continuous usage life expectancy," said Tom Monczka, Product Manager for Panasonic Electric Works USA.
"By eliciting interactive, weight-bearing, 3-dimensional movement from the user, TRAZER exercises far more muscle groups than conventional exercise equipment. Consequently it improves our ability to perform, burns more calories, and sculpts a more symmetrical, athletic body," adds Dr. Alan Davis, M.D.
"TRAZER offers entertaining and effective programs for Fitness and Weight Management, Senior Health and Fall Prevention, Sports Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention. For the healthcare provider, TRAZER's role will be to enhance preventative, rehabilitative and performance building programs and services that maximize each patient's functionality and promote the well-being of every family member," said MaryEllen French, Traq3D's co-founder.
TRAZER's new capabilities further increase its utility for fitness and performance enhancement professionals such as coaches, athletes and trainers.
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Traq Ltd's founders are recognized leaders in the use of computer simulation for the enhancement of health, physical performance and fitness. The TRAZER simulator offers spe
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