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a case study analysis was conducted on the 14 hours of footage of one skier (oksana) at the world cup finals 2006-2007. the aim of the analysis was to highlight the skill aspects of a particular jump and the usage of the different segments of the edge of the blade during the jump. this involved tracking her along with an identical stick figure, comparing the positioning of the body with the placement of the edges of the blade to reveal the most advantageous combination. the video footage was divided into sections corresponding to each complete jump cycle. a marker on the stick figure was set to correspond to the top of oksana’s boot. significantly, the marks set with the highest accuracy corresponded with the most efficient and best-practised-skills. interestingly, the most efficient segment of the sole of the boot was used in the last rotation prior to the jump, when she was changing the direction and the speed of the motion. after the jump she transitioned to a lower position in the aerial phase and to a foot forward position at the end of the sequence. visually, these transitions seem to be used to provide a counter-rotation (which is the image rotator in virtual reality).
the aim of the current study was to advance current movement analysis methodology to enable a technique analysis in sports facilitating (1) concurrent comparison of the techniques between several athletes; (2) identification of potentially beneficial technique modifications and (3) a visual representation of the findings for feedback to the athletes. six elite cross-country skiers, three world cup winners and three national elite, roller ski skated using the v2 technique on a treadmill while their movement patterns were recorded using 41 reflective markers. a principal component analysis performed on the marker positions resulted in multi-segmental principal movement components (pms). a novel normalisation facilitated comparability of the pms between athletes. additionally, centre of mass (com) trajectories were modelled. we found correlations between the athletes performance levels (judged from race points) and specific features in the pms and in the com trajectories. plausible links between com trajectories and pms were observed, suggesting that better performing skiers exhibited a different, possibly more efficient use of their body mass for propulsion. the analysis presented in the current study revealed specific technique features that appeared to relate to the skiers performance levels. how changing these features would affect an individual athletes technique was visualised with animated stick figures. d8a7b2ff72
Full Circle takes an agile development process; almost all members are remote and work in their free time on their own project ideas. We are very open to a huge variety of ideas and most of our team members are actively involved in trying to find the right solution to the game, whether that means implementing an idea, helping with research, looking for new ways to market and communicate with our players.
We want to create a game that brings out the essence of the skating experience. To do this we need to use the full potential of the medium. We are extremely proud to count Polka Dot Party among our games and the success it has had proves this. The Skate franchise is our only game with a unique identity so its extremely important to us. With all of this in mind, we want to create a game that brings out the essence of the skating experience. Skate 3 will enable players to do that in a more ambitious and immersive way. We want to tell the story of a New York City kid in the 1970’s, master the art of skateboarding in a realistic environment and have that experience be a totally unique one.
Skate 3 will be one of the most ambitious titles we have ever attempted to create. We want players to feel like they have their whole self in control and we want to make them feel like their skate board is a living entity. We want people to be transported to a unique environment, to an alternative universe where the world is tilted in all sorts of ways and the traditional rules of physics do not apply. We want to put people on top of a skate board that they control and have a will of their own.