balance control

balance control

[′bal·əns kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A control used in a stereo sound system to vary the volume of one loudspeaker system relative to the other while maintaining their combined volume essentially constant.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dance involves multidirectional and rotational activities that challenge balance control, and dancers continually strive to improve balance in order to enhance their stability during the execution of a step or piece of choreography.
The findings suggest that the parallel evolution of two-legged locomotion and manual dexterity in hands and fingers in the human lineage were a consequence of adaptive pressures on ancestral quadrupeds for balance control by foot digits while retaining the critical capability for fine finger specialization.
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* Test for balance control. If the child loses balance standing on the injured leg, he or she isn't ready to return to play
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They also assessed balance control using dynamic posturography, which tests a person's control of their posture in different positions.
Representing the evolution of the U3-X personal mobility device that Honda announced in 2009, UNI-CUB features Honda's proprietary balance control technology and the world's first omni-directional driving wheel system (Honda Omni Traction Drive System).
Additionally, segmental coordination and postural control would differ with skill level, demonstrated by intra-segmental (e.g., hip, knee, and ankle) and inter-segmental (e.g., toe and finger) temporal coordination, control of pelvic motion (e.g., range and consistency of pelvic angular and linear displacement), and consistency of balance control.
With clear digital sound transmission (amplification up to 125dB), the eadphones have balance control left/right and are very comfortable to wear.