A Quantitative, Three-dimensional Method for Analyzing Rotational Movement from Single-view Movies

  • Berg
  • Published 1994 in The Journal of experimental biology


The study of animal movement is an important aspect of functional morphological research. The three-dimensional movements of (parts of) animals are usually recorded on two-dimensional film frames. For a quantitative analysis, the real movements should be reconstructed from their projections. If movements occur in one plane, their projection is distorted… (More)


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