Friday, October 28, 2011

Video Analysis Software Tech Scan

based on my limited tech scan, i still recommend Tracker.



reference:
http://livephoto.rit.edu/wiki/index.php?n=Equipment.Video_Analysis_Software



Date of review
Software Title
Demo/Trial
Platforms
Cost
Benefits to learning
Significance to research
Overall
Recommended?
28 October 2011
Open source project by Doug Brown
Free
Windows  Mac
Linux



$0
Well established, plus a pedagogy of video modeling
Many educators researchers & student use to conduct research
Excellent product, always updates with better features
Yes

Physics ToolKit, previously named World-in-Motion
Free
windows
$0
video analysis

No idea, haven’t tried it yet

28 October 2011
Award winning data collection with video analysis
Yes. 30 days
Windows  Mac



$258
video analysis plus data logging
More commercial than research
Excellent product
Yes

Yes
Windows  
$695
 video analysis 
commercial
No idea, haven’t tried it yet


Windows  Mac

$149.00
 video analysis 
commercial
No idea, haven’t tried it yet


http://www.rp.edu.sg/shl/keyProject.aspx
Markerless Visualization and Performance Optimization
The Creation of Innovative Educational Environments exploiting Contextualized Interactive Augmented Reality Technologies.
Yes Windows
video analysis commercial





links to video libraries
http://physics.doane.edu/physicsvideolibrary/default.html by Department of Physics, Doane College
http://livephoto.rit.edu/wiki/index.php?n=Videos.Homepage by  Rochester Institute of Technology
http://livephoto.rit.edu/ check out the menu of video by LivePhoto Physics Project team