Table A2.

Location of anatomical landmarks and numerically derived landmarks in the technical anatomical coordinate systems (TACSs) as a percent of segment scaling factors

Location in coordinate system (%)
PointRelative segment coordinate systemEndpoints used for scalingLength (m)xyz
HJC*Pelvis TACSIL–SYN0.5130–34.54–6.1910.12
HJC*Pelvis TACSIL–SUL0.2687–65.94–11.8119.31
KJCFemur TACSTROCH C.–LFC0.26235.860.0617.03
LKHAFemur TACSTROCH C.–LFC0.262345.07–6.49–4.48
MKHAFemur TACSTROCH C.–LFC0.2623–2.9116.6121.84
AJCTibia TACSKJC–Mid.TROCH0.50115.21–0.68–1.14
AJCTibia TACSL.TROCH–M.TROCH0.072436.02–4.72–7.85
LAHATibia TACSKJC–Mid.TROCH0.50117.541.81–21.39
LAHATibia TACSL.TROCH–M.TROCH0.072452.1612.52–147.92
MAHATibia TACSKJC–Mid.TROCH0.50114.78–1.142.58
MAHATibia TACSL.TROCH–M.TROCH0.072433.06–7.8917.87
TJCTarsometatarsus TACSMid.MB –Mid.MH0.4372–2.724.87–0.70
TJCTarsometatarsus TACSLMH –MMH0.0552–21.5738.55–5.56
LTHATarsometatarsus TACSMid.MB –Mid.MH0.4372–0.673.17–20.42
LTHATarsometatarsus TACSLMH –MMH0.0552–5.3625.07–161.8
MTHATarsometatarsus TACSMid.MB –Mid.MH0.4372–3.745.729.15
MTHATarsometatarsus TACSLMH –MMH0.0552–29.6745.2872.46
  • * Note: the pelvis TACS is its ACS (anatomical coordinate system). For other abbreviations, see Table A1