The Auburn University Veterinary Sports Medicine Program (AUVSMP) has both a 2-D and 3-D Six Camera PEAK MOTUS 8.1 Motion Analysis System and a AMTI Force Plate System. We also have the Dartfish and KA Motion Analysis software systems. In addition, we have various cameras (e.g. high speed, miniture cameras) to facilitate capture of certian movements. Just recently the AUVSMP installed a remote camera system in our lameness arena ( the view of the camera is seen below on the right) that allows us to capture and send video via the internet to our biomechanics lab. The video is then digitized and a kinematics report is issued to the attending clinician. We use the above mentioned systems and cameras to evaluate motion in a horse or dog. There are many kinematic parameters that can be quantified and analyzed in the various gaits used by dogs and horses during locomotion. Limb segment velocities, joint angles, suspension times, and stride lengths are just a few of the parameters that can be analyzed. The parameters can be used to aid in lameness diagnostics, sports skill analysis, and much more.