Since I strongly prefer you guys to the posters in the other forums, I wanted to share this information with you
Our control object has been painstakingly built and measured! This object gives the high-speed cameras a frame of reference as to what happens inside of it. Using reflective markers, we can then calculate the angular velocities and other kinematic/kinetic data of your elbow/shoulder/hip/center of mass/etc to compare it to “ideal” ranges.
Within two weeks we will have shot our first test footage of overhand throwing, and within a month we’ll have the prototype of the first privately-owned baseball biomechanics lab that was built from the ground up over 2 years with a DIY approach.
I look forward to sharing the results with everyone here and on my blog.