Graphical Trajectory Mapping

Trace and visualise movement trajectories of rod and body for optimal performance.

One of the most compelling features of the 3D page is the ability to trace the trajectories of various landmarks on the fisherman's body and the fishing rod throughout the casting loop. 

These landmarks typically include key points like the shoulders, elbows, wrists, and the tip of the rod. By tracing these trajectories, users can visually comprehend how each part of the body and the rod moves in space over time. This capability is critical for identifying efficient movements and pinpointing areas where technique might be improved.

As the avatar performs the casting actions, users can overlay dynamic paths that show the movement trajectories of selected landmarks. The ability to trace and visualise the trajectories of different parts of the fishing rod and the fisherman's body in the eFly system offers a profound tool for deepening the understanding of casting mechanics. By overlaying these trajectories on a 3D model, users can analyse how each component interacts and contributes to the overall motion. This capability is crucial for refining casting techniques and ensuring optimal performance. 

eFly app showing trajectory of cast

Users can choose to trace various parts of the fishing rod, such as the tip (tip), the middle part of the rod (core), and the base near the handle (butt).  Each of these components can provide different insights, from the whip-like motion of the tip to the more stable movement of the butt. Similarly, key points on the fisherman’s body like the wrist, elbow, and shoulder can be traced. These landmarks are critical for analysing the kinetic chain involved in casting.

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