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About MoRe-Lab

The Movement and Reality Lab (MoRe-Lab) is a new infrastructure designed as a hub for collaborations between University Faculties, municipalities, health care networks, sports clubs and private industry.

MoRe-Lab houses a live-in instrumented home environment platform (Reality platform) located next to state-of-the-art human movement analysis platforms (Movement platform), thus enabling the study of complex interaction between physical function, behaviour, cognition, and activity in different standardised or real environments.

MoRe-Lab is a unique infrastructure in Sweden and arguably in the World. This facility is not discipline-specific, but rather strives to support interdisciplinary collaboration among traditional health sciences disciplines and any other discipline studying aspects relevant for health. 

MoRe-Lab is short for movement and reality lab, and consists of three different platforms: Movement, Mobility and Reality.  

The Movement platform consists of three separate rooms: 

Motion Capture room
This large room equipped with four moveable force plates for detailed measurements of ground reaction forces

Treadmill room 
In here there is an instrumented treadmill which can measure ground reaction forces and pressure. 

Kinesiology room
A room which contains an isokinetic dynamometer (Biodex) and several other tools for assessing participants across the life span. 


Motion capture on screen. Photo.
Camera and Motion Capture Camera. Photo.
Teacher and students looking at screen with treadmill. Photo.
Motion Capture room with cameras and force plates. Photo.
MoRe-Lab Treadmill gaitway 3d. Photo.
Biodex in MoRe-Lab. Photo.

The Mobility platform includes a range of portable systems designed to bridge the gap between laboratory testing and real world application. These systems are ever changing as new wearable technologies develop, and currently include wearable IMU systems, mobile device technologies, wireless EMG-IMU systems, portable physiological testing and more. 


The Reality platform consists of a fully functional one bedroom house within the lab, equipped with 17 cameras for recording and monitoring from a separate control room. Speakers and microphones enable auditory two-way communication. The “house” consists of a 2-room apartment and an “outdoor” porch area. The house is adapted for people with impaired mobility.

Kitchen with modified cabinets and counter top. Photo.
Reality home outdoor view with garden. Photo.