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Xsens arrives at Wimbledon – with the University of Coventry

It’s the season for strawberries and cream; and Wimbledon is serving up a...

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Using a wireless inertial motion capture system on a live set

We see many new creative motion capture projects that have a live on-stage performance. In that...

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Six ways to synchronize an Xsens MTi with other devices

3D motion tracking technology benefits a wide range of industries. By providing crucial...

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Field testing the new MTi-7 GNSS/INS at the Self Racing Cars track day

This last March Xsens participated in the Self Racing Cars track day for the third time. The...

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Flying high with the Xsens test team

At Xsens we aim to continuously improve our sensor fusion algorithms and sensors. Before...

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

We always say a career at Xsens is like joining a family of friends. And there is plenty of time...

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The Statue of Mo at Xsens Headquarters

Mo is our newest Xsens member and this is the story of the Statue of Mo.       

In November 2017...

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Xsens Throwback Thursday: Grudge Match

Four years ago we were shocked when we saw the trailer for ‘Grudge Match’. Not because of the...

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3D Breakdown of MVN Animate video

In our last blog we had a behind the scenes look at the production of the MVN Animate video....

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MVN Animate - How did they do it?

The launch of MVN Animate is a huge success, thanks to the fact that it gives unbelievable clean...

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Xsens MVN Road Tour

The new engine promises to turn the world of motion capture on its head. Xsens is the first to...

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University of Skövde - Xsens Beta User

The University of Skövde’s research department frequently performs ergonomics assessments on the...

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University of Calgary - Xsens Beta User

The University of Calgary uses motion capture technology to provide insights into human...

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Coventry University - Xsens Beta User

At Coventry University’s Centre for Mobility and Transport research is centred around...

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HFES 2017

Every year HFES is a great opportunity to get an insight of what it is going on in the field of...

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Avalanche Studios - Xsens Beta User

As an independent AAA game developer, it’s essential that Avalanche Studios has a stable and...

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The University of California (UCSF) - Xsens Beta User

The University of California (UCSF) is one of North America’s leading research institutes in...

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English Institute of Sport (EIS) - Xsens Beta User

The English Institute of Sport has been an Xsens customer since 2013 and its core goal is to...

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The Mocap Studio - Xsens Beta User

We are currently preparing the launch of our new motion capture engine – a groundbreaking...

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Keep an accurate heading in a magnetically disturbed environment

Industry, aeronautics, and marine vehicles all rely heavily on 3D motion tracking sensors to...

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