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Hi Sorry just responding, have been away. I also use the in-shoe system for diabetic pressure assessment and work in the UK.
I think it's a cracking idea to start our own group I'll just find my gavel and I can be chair lol!!
Recently I've been having problems with calibration, I'm fairly sure I'm just being a wee bit dim, but it's very frustrating. I routinely perform walk calibration in clinical setting but no matter how long I leave the recording (until 400 frames or less depending) I keeping getting the message 'extended calibration could not be performed'. Any Clues?? does it have something to do with the tiny tick box on the right/left calibration page?