The purpose of this paper is to summarize current motion analysis techniques and described their role in biomedical engineering education as well as in interdisciplinary research. At the University of South Florida (USF), various methods of motion analysis are used for collaborative research in fields such as prosthetics, robotics, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. The motion analysis laboratory is also used in course work in a variety of fields promoting interdisciplinary exchanges among students and faculty.

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