BoB has been used to analyse the technique of tennis players. The trajectories of anatomical locations can be plotted in 3-dimensions, multiple instances can be used to show motion, forces and torques acting on and in the body can be plotted and muscle activations can be colour coded.
BoB can display muscle activation – a blue muscle is inactive; a red muscle is fully activated. Ground reaction forces are shown by the yellow arrows and the plots are of shoulder angle and shoulder torque.
BoB can display the path and orientation of the racket.
BoB can display the kinematic chain and velocity vectors.
BoB can display the trajectory of any location on the body or equipment.
BoB can display the movement of the player and equipment as a series of instances.
BoB can display visualisation bars which aid in the assessment of body alignment.
BoB can attach a virtual camera to any part of the body so joint articulations can be observed.
BoB can display analysis results synchronised to video.