Video tutorials The following videos will guide you through some of the capabilities of BoB: Installing BoB Open a BoB file On-screen buttons The graphics area Time manipulation Plotting data Display trajectories Tracking body segments Introduction to BoB Text motion definition Importing data into BoB Instances Velocity vectors Display only selected joints Distances and angles Local co-ordinate systems Visualisation bars Real time streaming Introduction to BoB/Ergo Text force definition Images and videos Joint angles Forces and torques Muscle editor Muscle forces EMG signals Synchronised video Introduction to BoB: Back to top . Introduction to BoB/Ergo: Back to top . Installing BoB: This video shows how to install BoB on a PC and a Mac. Back to top . Importing data into BoB: This video shows how to read data into BoB. Back to top . Text motion definition: Motion data can be read from a text file. Back to top . Text force definition: Force data can be read from a text file. Back to top . Real time streaming: Motion data can be real-time streamed into BoB from Xsens MVN Analyze. Back to top . Opening a BoB file: This video shows how to open a file which has previously been created by BoB. NB all BoB files have the extension “.BoB”. Back to top . Manipulating the graphics area: This video shows how to change the view of the subject in BoB. Back to top . Manipulating time: BoB has tools to manipulate time! Back to top . Using the on-screen buttons: The BoB graphics area contains buttons for frequently used functions. Back to top . Displaying trajectories: The paths of body segments or any point on the skeleton can be displayed. Back to top . Tracking the body or a body segment: The viewing position can be automatically moved to track the subject or a body segment. Back to top . Displaying velocity vectors: BoB can display the velocity vectors of any points on the skeleton. Back to top . Displaying instances: BoB can display multiple copies of the subject. Back to top . Displaying only selected joints: BoB can display a subset of the body’s segments, joints and muscles. Back to top . Displaying distances and angles: The distance between any two points on the skeleton can be plotted and the angle between any three points. Back to top . Displaying joint angles: Joint angles can be illustrated in the graphics area and plotted. Back to top . Plotting style: BoB can plot data in a broad range of styles. Back to top . Generating images and videos: BoB can generate images and videos. Back to top . Displaying local co-ordinate systems: BoB can display local co-ordinate systems. Back to top . Displaying visualisation bars: Visualisation bars assist in the assessment of the orientation of the body segments. Back to top . Displaying forces and torques: BoB can display and plot the forces and torques external and internal to the body. Back to top . Muscle editor: BoB contains an editor which enables you to add, modify and delete muscles. Back to top . Displaying muscle forces: BoB can display and plot information relating to the muscles’ forces and other metrics. Back to top . Displaying EMG signals: BoB can display and plot EMG signals with BoB/EMG. Back to top . Displaying synchronised video: BoB can display a video synchronised to action on the graphics area. .