- 1 Overview of Nexus
- 2 Blockchain
- 3 Mine
- 4 Network
- 5 Support
- 6 Can the Oxford Foot Model be used in contexts other than walking?
- 7 Can’t find what you’re looking for?
- 8 Does the Oxford Foot Model output global angles?
- 9 How can I apply a trial’s Analysis Outputs to a Polygon 4 report?
- 10 How can I license the proDAQ Plug-in?
- 11 How can I license the proEMG Vicon Plug-in?
- 12 How can I view VVid files outside of Nexus?
- 13 How can we help?
- 14 How do I determine a marker Status in Nexus?
- 15 How do I import Data into a Polygon Report?
- 16 How do I load large trials into Nexus?
- 17 How do I set up my network card?
- 18 How do I solve a Force Plate calibration file not loading into Nexus?
- 19 How does Nexus (Plug-in Gait) and Polygon calculate Gait Cycle Parameters (Spatial and Temporal)?
- 20 In the Oxford Foot Model what do you use the hindfoot and forefoot flat options for?
- 21 In the Oxford Foot Model what is the arch height index?
- 22 Is tibial torsion included in the Oxford Foot Model?
- 23 Not Registered?
- 24 Stuck on taxes, rather than your customers?
- 25 The Future of Innovation: Can Leeds lead the way?
- 26 What are the Lower Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait?
- 27 What are the requirements for MATLAB and Nexus 2?
- 28 What are the shoulder angle calculations in Plug-in Gait?
- 29 What are the Upper Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait?
- 30 What does “nexus” mean?
- 31 What does it mean to ‘Aim Cameras’ in Nexus?
- 32 What Gap Filling Algorithms are used Nexus 2?
- 33 What Is a Tax Nexus?
- 34 What is Link Aggregation and how do I set this up in my Vicon System?
- 35 What Is NEXUS?
- 36 What is Nexus?
- 37 What is Nexus?
- 38 What is NEXus?
- 39 What is proDAQ?
- 40 What is proEMG?
- 41 What is sales tax nexus?
- 42 What is the Oxford Foot Model?
- 43 What is the sequence of rotations/ order of graph output for the Oxford Foot Model? What are positive/negative values?
- 44 What Subject Measurements are required to run the Plug-in Gait models?
- 45 What’s New in the Life Science Software?
- 46 Which Basler drivers are supported in Nexus 2?
- 47 Which version of Nexus supports the proDAQ Plug-in?
- 48 Which version of Nexus supports the proEMG Plug-in?
- 49 Why is the knee rotation graph different in the Oxford Foot Model compared to Plug-in Gait?
- 50 Why should I complete a subject calibration within Nexus?
- 51 History of Nexus
Overview of Nexus
A natural person (i) who is a United States citizen, (ii) who is a permanent resident of the United States of America or any of its possessions or territories, or (iii) whose primary place of domicile is in the United States of America or any of its possessions.
About NexusNexus is an innovative open source blockchain technology, designed to improve the world through advanced peer-to-peer networks and digital currency.For more information and to find your purpose, visit www.nexusearth.com or watch their informational video.Nexus empowers people to take control of their financial freedom empowering humanity in the process.Nexus is one of the most secure blockchains and provides world class quantum security through its many innovations.Nexus will be the first digital currency in space using this network.Partnering with Vector’s Galactic Sky, the future of Nexus combines satellites, ground based mesh networks, and blockchain technology to facilitate the formation of a decentralized internet.With the world’s first 3D Chain, Nexus solves the current challenges of speed and scalability in the cryptocurrency industry.
Nexus has been mined into existence since September 23rd, 2014 with no ICO or premine.Nexus is a community-driven project with the common vision of a world inspired by innovative and responsible values, expansive technology, and the fundamental quality of connection being ubiquitous, free, and available to everyone.The platform is designed and intended to simplify lives, empower communities, and streamline business.
Cantrell continues, "Nexus and SingularityNET are exploring new systems together in order to create a reliable means of self-regulating trust and reputation in a trustless system.Founder and Chief Architect of Nexus Colin Cantrell explains, "Nexus wants to resist the centralization of AI and believes partnering with SingularityNET can contribute to AI safety." In a truly decentralized AI network, having rules contracted into AI decision making helps assure it will be used for good.This can make AI’s safer and more resilient when some of their decisions have to be routed through an immutable contract, ‘such as protect this human.’"
Consulting engineers can rely on Nexus and our representatives for support throughout the building process whether it is advice or specification support, we can provide the services necessary.
Can the Oxford Foot Model be used in contexts other than walking?
It has been used in running, stair climbing and jumping.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
Don’t see the game you’re looking for here? It means that we don’t currently have any mods uploaded for it.
Does the Oxford Foot Model output global angles?
Yes, for the tibia (TIBA) and hindfoot (HFTFL).
How can I apply a trial’s Analysis Outputs to a Polygon 4 report?
By default, Polygon 4 will generate Gait Cycle Parameters and write them to the subject’s Analysis node.Perform the following steps to apply a trial’s Analysis Outputs to a Polygon 4 report.
How can I license the proDAQ Plug-in?
After installing the proDAQ plug-in, launch Nexus.You will be prompted to obtain a licence for the plug-in.
How can I license the proEMG Vicon Plug-in?
After installing the proEMG Vicon plug-in, launch Nexus and run either the proEMG Automatic Processing or proEMG Processing Window pipeline operations.During this process you will be prompted to obtain a licence for the plug-in.
How can I view VVid files outside of Nexus?
VVID files can be viewed by using the VVID Viewer.
How can we help?
Our automation specialists are here to answer any questions you have, click the button below to start a chat.
How do I determine a marker Status in Nexus?
When creating or modifying a template you will notice each marker has a Status property.The Status of a marker is set to either Required, Optional or Calibration Only.A marker status can affect the way a template reconstructs and labels.
How do I import Data into a Polygon Report?
The Data Bar is empty until you import trial data (*.c3d files) that were processed in Vicon Nexus.Data can be imported from either the Data Manager (Eclipse) or the Home Ribbon.You can import a variety of files into Polygon reports, including web pages, videos, and more.Most files become panes within Polygon for which you can create hyperlinks.
How do I load large trials into Nexus?
To facilitate working with very large unprocessed data files, you can choose which files will be loaded (.x2d camera data and/or .x1d analog data), and how many frames of the trial are loaded.
How do I set up my network card?
1.Open the Network and Sharing Center and navigate to Change Adapter Settings.Vicon Vantage/Vero cameras are designated to one port.For each Vue (or Bonita Video) camera connected, there will be additional network port used.
How do I solve a Force Plate calibration file not loading into Nexus?
When you add a force plate in Nexus, you are also required to install the Calibration File into the appropriate dialogue box.The Calibration file generally comes with the device from the manufacturer.This can be a .Plt file or an .acl file for AMTI plates.
How does Nexus (Plug-in Gait) and Polygon calculate Gait Cycle Parameters (Spatial and Temporal)?
In Nexus the Generate Gait Cycle Parameters Pipeline Operation can be used in conjunction with the Gait events to calculate standard Gait Cycle Spatial and Temporal Parameters.
In the Oxford Foot Model what do you use the hindfoot and forefoot flat options for?
Generally the “forefoot flat” option is not being used as most children in particular don’t stand with their forefeet flat on the floor.“Hindfoot flat” can be use if they can stand with heels down.If using PlugInGait in conjunction with the foot model, then it is necessary to rerun the PlugInGait model after the foot model in the static trial, as a new HEE marker is created by the foot model code to be used by the PlugInGait model (since the HEE marker cannot be placed in the correct position due to other markers being present on the calcaneus).The original HEE marker position is maintained as the Hindfoot segment origin.
In the Oxford Foot Model what is the arch height index?
The arch height index is calculated as the perpendicular distance of the P1M marker from the plane defined by D1M, P5M and D5M divided by foot length (TOE – HEE).The midfoot is considered as a linking mechanism and is currently not directly modelled.
Is tibial torsion included in the Oxford Foot Model?
Yes, the model won’t run without a value in the “tibial torsion” field.This can be manually entered or else calculated in your normal way.
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What are the Lower Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait?
The table below displays the Lower Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait.
What are the requirements for MATLAB and Nexus 2?
Vicon Nexus 2 is compatible with, and has been tested with MATLAB R2013b.Nexus may function with other versions of MATLAB, but other versions have not been extensively tested by Vicon.
What are the shoulder angle calculations in Plug-in Gait?
The first step in the shoulder modelling process is the definition of the shoulder, elbow and wrist centres and the Thorax, Clavicle and Humerus segments.
What are the Upper Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait?
The table below displays the Upper Body Segment angles from Plug-in Gait.
What does “nexus” mean?
“Nexus” refers to a commercial connection in the state.
What does it mean to ‘Aim Cameras’ in Nexus?
Aiming cameras is useful for providing an initial, approximate calibration, before you fully calibrate the cameras.
What Gap Filling Algorithms are used Nexus 2?
There are four gap filling options available in Nexus 2.
What Is a Tax Nexus?
The term “nexus” is used in tax law to describe a situation in which a business has a tax presence in a particular state.A nexus is basically a connection between the taxing authority and an entity that must collect or pay the tax.
What is Link Aggregation and how do I set this up in my Vicon System?
Link aggregation is used to describe various methods for using multiple parallel network connections to increase throughput beyond the limit that one link (one connection) can achieve.Link aggregation is supported in Tracker 1.3+, Nexus 1.8.5+, Blade 2+.
What Is NEXUS?
NEXUS is a government-sponsored Trusted Travelers Program that allows pre-screened U.S.and Canadian citizens to expedite border crossings.?? U.S.and Canadian citizens using NEXUS experience expedited border crossings into the United States and Canada with less immigration and customs questioning.NEXUS is valid for air, land, and sea travel, and a NEXUS ID can be used in lieu of a passport.
What is Nexus?
Sales tax nexus defines the level of connection between a taxing jurisdiction such as a state and an entity such as your business.
What is Nexus?
Nexus is a framework that drives to the heart of scaling by minimizing cross-team dependencies and integration issues.
What is NEXus?
NEXus is a consortium of institutions that offer online doctoral programs in Nursing that provide opportunities for and encourage students to take courses from other member institutions to further enrich their educational experiences.
What is proDAQ?
proDAQ is a plug-in developed by Prophysics AG that allows a National Instruments Data Acquisition (DAQ) board to stream data directly into Nexus thus allowing analog data to be streamed and captured without a Lock or Giganet LAB.
What is proEMG?
proEMG software is designed to make the acquisition and processing of EMG signals easy.There are three version of proEMG; proEMG Lite, proEMG Stand-Alone and proEMG Vicon Plug-ins.The proEMG Vicon Plug-in implements all the advanced processing functions available in the proEMG Stand-Alone as plug-ins accessible from the Vicon Nexus and Vicon Workstation pipelines.The actual data capture is done with the Vicon software.
What is sales tax nexus?
Sales tax nexus is the connection between a seller and a state that requires the seller to register then collect and remit sales tax in the state.Certain business activities, including having a physical presence or reaching a certain sales threshold, may establish nexus with the state.
What is the Oxford Foot Model?
The current release version of Nexus 2 includes the Oxford Foot Model.
What is the sequence of rotations/ order of graph output for the Oxford Foot Model? What are positive/negative values?
Hindfoot and forefoot graphs are output in the sequence:
1.Sagittal plane; 2.Transverse plane; 3.Frontal plane.
What Subject Measurements are required to run the Plug-in Gait models?
The required measurements for full body plug-in gait and lower body plug-in gait include mass, height, leg length, knee width, ankle width, shoulder offset, elbow width, wrist width, and hand thickness.
What’s New in the Life Science Software?
The videos below address new content in our Life Science software products.
Which Basler drivers are supported in Nexus 2?
If Basler digital cameras will be connected to Nexus 2.6, ensure you have updated to the Basler Pylon5 SDK and drivers (v5.0.0), which are available from the Vicon website.
Which version of Nexus supports the proDAQ Plug-in?
The proDAQ Plug-in is supported in the current release versions of Nexus 2 and Nexus 1.8.5.
Which version of Nexus supports the proEMG Plug-in?
The proEMG Plug-in is supported in the current release versions of Nexus 2 and Nexus 1.8.5.
Why is the knee rotation graph different in the Oxford Foot Model compared to Plug-in Gait?
The Oxford Foot Model code uses the “torsioned” tibia to calculate knee angles (ie taking tibial torsion into account) whilst the Plug-in Gait model uses the “untorsioned” tibia (ie knee rotation is zero in the static trial).
Why should I complete a subject calibration within Nexus?
Calibrating your subject allows Nexus to calculate subject-specific parameters with regards to the size of the subject and the exact placement of markers.Calibration of the subject leads to better automatic labeling during Live capture and offline processing.During subject calibration, subject-specific information is what enables a skeleton labeling template (VST) to be converted to a subject-specific labeling skeleton (VSK).If a VST is not calibrated to the subject then the subject markers will not label well, if at all.