The recording feature in Halocline Performance allows you to record your movements and hand movements as you play through your process. You can replay this recording at any time and analyze it using various visualizations, such as posture.
In Halocline Performance you can display unfavorable postures during your recorded process. Currently, the posture of the hand above the shoulder and the hand below the knee are taken into account.
Menu > Evaluation > Replay > Visualizations > Posture
To use the posture function, select a calibrated recording or create a new recording with a calibrated body.
In the replay window, click on the visualization bar on the right edge and activate the "Posture" function there.
On the timeline of the replay window you can now see the times of the problematic or unproblematic postures:
marks in red indicate unergonomic, problematic postures,
marks in green indicate ergonomic, unproblematic postures.
Use the timeline navigation or the controller tool to navigate to the desired time points.
Use the filter options in the visualization window to filter for specific movements. You can choose between "Bend" and "Arm over shoulder". By clicking on the selection button, you can turn the visualizations on or off.
Currently, two different postures are distinguished:
1. Arm above the shoulder
The avatar's arm, during replay, is colored red as soon as the avatar's hand exceeds the height of the shoulder.
2. Arm below the knee (bend)
The avatar's back is colored red during playback as soon as the avatar's hand falls below the height of the knee.
In this way you can quickly see what the problem is, at which movement it occurs and how long it lasts.
You can export your recording including the posture as a tabular report from Halocline Performance. In the report you will see an overview of ergonomically critical movements.