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Purpose: Vision-based body tracking technologies, originally developed for the consumer gaming market, are being repurposed to form the core of a range of innovative healthcare applications in the clinical assessment and rehabilitation of movement ability. Vision-based body tracking has substantial potential, but there are technical limitations. Method: We use our "stories from the field" to articulate the challenges and offer examples of how these can be overcome. Results: We illustrate that:doi:10.3109/17483107.2014.989419 pmid:25495708 fatcat:l7wba4c745hcdnkxsidp2skqhu