Research & Movement

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What we offer to researchers

DorsaVi revolutionizes motion and movement research with high-precision wearable sensors, offering in-depth 3D biomechanics analysis across various domains like sports performance and neurological rehabilitation. These sensors, adaptable for many body parts, provide essential data for research, including kinetic, kinematic, and EMG integration.

  • High-Precision Sensors: Patented algorithms for comprehensive biomechanics insights.
  • Wide Application Range: From sports enhancement to neurological rehab studies.
  • Research Enhancement: Increases clinical trial and grant accuracy.
  • Versatile Data Collection: Suitable for both lab and real-world applications.

Discover how dorsaVi can advance your research with next-generation motion analysis technology.

Configure sensors to your research needs

DorsaVi’s customizable sensor technology meets the varied demands of advanced research, offering precision motion capture adaptable from 1Hz to 1000Hz for detailed 3D biomechanics studies. With components like magnetometers for orientation, high-range accelerometers for capturing dynamic movements, and gyroscopes sensitive to angular rates, these sensors are pivotal for a range of research from sports to neurological rehabilitation.

  • Customizable Capture Rates: From 1Hz to 1000Hz for high fidelity data.
  • Comprehensive Components: Including magnetometers, accelerometers, and gyroscopes for thorough movement analysis.
  • Flexible Data Management: Real-time analysis or onboard storage for up to 6 days of data.
  • Algorithm Library: For various applications, with support for proprietary algorithm integration.
  • EMG Integration: Enhances muscle activity analysis for precise movement insights.


DorsaVi’s technology empowers researchers with precision, flexibility, and depth, supporting everything from sports performance to clinical trials. Our sensors are designed to unlock new potentials in research, ensuring your studies are equipped with the most advanced tools available.


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Research+ is an innovative product designed for research enthusiasts and professionals who demand high precision motion capture and 3D biomechanics analysis in their work. It enables researchers to harness the power of wearable sensors for research, offering unparalleled customization to meet the specific needs of their projects. Whether you’re engaged in sports performance research tools, neurological rehabilitation research, gait analysis research, or movement analysis for clinical trials, Research+ provides the foundation for integrating EMG (electromyography) integration for movement analysis and capturing kinetic and kinematic data with ease.
This powerful tool is tailored to support a wide array of applications, from fall risk assessment research to pioneering innovative research technologies. With Research+, you gain access to cutting-edge capabilities that allow for the customization of sensor settings, such as capture rates ranging from 1Hz to 1000Hz, and the flexibility to use a rich library of algorithms or implement your own, catering to decentralized clinical trials and enhancing the potential for funding for wearable sensor research.
Research+ is not just about providing data; it’s about offering a gateway to quantifying outcomes for research grants, enabling researchers to push the boundaries of what’s possible and discover new insights that can revolutionize fields across the board. Embrace the future of research with Research+, your partner in unlocking new dimensions of analysis and innovation.

dorsaVi’s cutting-edge wearable sensors, designed for high precision motion capture and 3D biomechanics analysis, can be seamlessly integrated into your research studies through various application methods, ensuring comfort and accuracy. Depending on the specific requirements of your sports performance research or neurological rehabilitation research, you can choose from Velcro bands, neoprene sleeves, or adhesives to secure the sensors to the subject.


  • Velcro Bands: Ideal for kinetic and kinematic data collection from the shoulder and upper limb, Velcro bands offer flexibility and ease of use, making them perfect for a wide range of movement analysis applications.
  • Neoprene Sleeves: Specifically designed for the lower limbs, neoprene sleeves are excellent for capturing detailed gait analysis research data. They are particularly effective for the calf region during running and knee assessments, providing both stability and comfort.
  • Adhesives: For situations requiring minimal interference and maximum sensor adherence, adhesives allow for precise placement on any part of the body. This method is suitable for EMG integration for movement analysis, ensuring that the sensors remain securely in place, even during the most dynamic activities.


The selection of the application method enhances the quality of the biomechanical analysis, ensuring that the wearable sensors for research are optimally positioned to capture accurate kinetic and kinematic data. This flexibility supports a broad spectrum of research applications, from sports performance research tools to movement analysis for clinical trials, enabling researchers to tailor their setup to the unique demands of each study.

dorsaVi’s wearable sensors are engineered with precision to offer high precision motion capture and comprehensive 3D biomechanics analysis for cutting-edge research. These lightweight and compact sensors are designed to facilitate innovative research technologies without compromising participant comfort or data quality.


  • Movement Sensors Dimensions: Each sensor measures 48.2mm in length, 28.5mm in width, and 9.2mm in height, making them ideal for capturing kinetic and kinematic data across various sports performance research tools and neurological rehabilitation research projects.
  • Movement & EMG Sensors Dimensions: To incorporate EMG integration for movement analysis, these sensors maintain the same length and width but have a slightly increased height of 10.2mm, accommodating the additional EMG functionality.
  • Weight: A single movement sensor weighs just 13.5 grams, ensuring minimal impact on the subject’s natural movement patterns. The movement & EMG sensor, despite its added capabilities, remains exceptionally light at 17.5 grams, facilitating long-duration gait analysis research and movement analysis for clinical trials without causing discomfort.


Whether your research focuses on fall risk assessment research, sports performance, or exploring new frontiers in decentralized clinical trials, dorsaVi’s sensors are crafted to meet the demands of your study. Their unobtrusive design allows for quantifying outcomes for research grants with precision and reliability, empowering researchers to push the boundaries of what’s possible in motion and movement analysis.

At the heart of dorsaVi’s innovative research technologies, our accelerometers are designed to provide high precision motion capture for a wide array of 3D biomechanics analysis applications. These advanced chips record movement data at frequencies up to 1,000Hz, enabling researchers to capture kinetic and kinematic data with exceptional detail and accuracy. Whether you’re conducting sports performance research, neurological rehabilitation research, or any study requiring precise movement analysis, our accelerometers are equipped to deliver.


  • Standard Sensor Accelerometer Scale Ranges: Offered with versatility in mind, these sensors can measure acceleration across a range of scales: +/- 2g, +/- 4g, +/- 8g, and +/- 16g. This range is suitable for a broad spectrum of research applications, from gait analysis research to assessing the nuances of movement analysis for clinical trials.
  • Premium Sensor Accelerometer Scale Ranges: For projects demanding the highest level of detail, such as fall risk assessment research or advanced sports performance research tools, the premium sensors extend the scale ranges up to +/- 100g, +/- 200g, and +/- 400g. This expanded capacity ensures that even the most intense physical activities are captured with unparalleled clarity, making it ideal for EMG integration for movement analysis.


The adaptability of our accelerometer’s scale ranges and high-frequency data capture capabilities are fundamental for quantifying outcomes for research grants and advancing decentralized clinical trials. dorsaVi’s commitment to providing wearable sensors for research that meet the diverse needs of the scientific community ensures that your studies are supported by data you can trust, pushing the boundaries of what’s achievable in movement analysis.

dorsaVi’s wearable sensors are at the forefront of innovative research technologies, integrating high-performance gyroscopes that support high precision motion capture up to 1,000Hz. This capability is crucial for advanced 3D biomechanics analysis, allowing for the detailed study of kinetic and kinematic data across a broad range of research disciplines, including sports performance research tools and neurological rehabilitation research.


  • Standard Sensor Gyroscope Rates: Designed to cater to a wide variety of research needs, the standard sensor offers gyroscope rates of +/- 250°/s, +/- 500°/s, +/- 1,000°/s, and +/- 2,000°/s. These rates are adept at capturing a comprehensive range of movements, from slow and deliberate to rapid and complex, facilitating gait analysis research and movement analysis for clinical trials with exceptional precision.
  • Premium Sensor Gyroscope Rates: For researchers pushing the limits of sports performance and movement science, the premium sensors extend capabilities to a maximum of 4,000°/s. This enhanced rate is particularly beneficial for studies requiring the most granular analysis of fast, dynamic movements, underpinning EMG integration for movement analysis and fall risk assessment research with data of the highest fidelity.


Whether your focus is on quantifying detailed movement patterns for decentralized clinical trials or securing funding for wearable sensor research, dorsaVi’s gyroscope technology ensures that your work is supported by accurate, reliable data. Our gyroscopes are specifically designed to meet the demands of the research community, offering an unmatched level of detail and versatility for quantifying outcomes for research grants.

Understanding the critical importance of uninterrupted data collection in research, dorsaVi’s wearable sensors are engineered for high precision motion capture and 3D biomechanics analysis, offering robust battery life to support both short and long-duration studies. With the capacity to conduct full-rate recording across all sensors, our technology ensures a standard battery life of 24 hours, ideal for intensive sports performance research tools and neurological rehabilitation research sessions.


For projects with more extended data collection needs, such as decentralized clinical trials or comprehensive movement analysis for clinical trials, the sensor settings can be adjusted to optimize battery consumption. This adaptability allows researchers to extend the recording sessions significantly, with the capability to capture kinetic and kinematic data for up to a maximum duration of 16 days without needing to recharge.

This extended battery life is pivotal for a wide array of applications, from gait analysis research to fall risk assessment research, ensuring that your study’s integrity is maintained through continuous, reliable data collection. Whether you’re aiming to quantify detailed movement patterns for EMG integration for movement analysis or secure funding for wearable sensor research by demonstrating comprehensive and impactful study results, dorsaVi’s sensor technology provides the reliability and flexibility needed to achieve your research objectives.


Leverage the extended battery life of dorsaVi’s sensors to push the boundaries of what’s possible in your research, backed by data you can trust over the duration of your study, thereby enhancing your ability to quantify outcomes for research grants.


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