body motion

body motion

[′bäd·ē ‚mō·shən]
(industrial engineering)
Motion of parts of a human body requiring a change of posture or weight distribution.
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The seat belt is a criticial, life-saving component that significantly slows down body motion in a vehicle collision and reduces the forces exerted on the driver and passengers, he added.
The Patrol also employs the worlds-first Advanced Hydraulic body motion control system (HBMC) with 4-wheel independent suspension.
Previous studies have shown that people tend to perceive affinities between sound and body motion when experiencing music.
Funky Bots Launches Atomic Bands for Smart Bluetooth Body Motion Gaming.
The vehicle features Independent Dual Wishbone Suspension in front and rear; Hydraulic Body Motion Control; large diameter tyres; high body rigidity; large brake discs and callipers with hydraulic booster.
THE 2016 CTS-V AND ATS-V promise stronger structures that enhance body motion control and feature track-honed chassis and suspension elements.
Handling: Increases stiffness of the continuously controlled dampers compared to the normal tuning and adds damping under spirited cornering to enhance vehicle responsiveness and minimize body motion.
The PPA software can accept and integrate data input from a range of commercial monitors providing continuous vital signs such as heart rate, respiration rate, and body motion.
As Randy notes, the point of using a proper stance and searching for the one that works best for you is so you can reduce side-to-side body motion and back and forth sway while at full draw.
They address in Part II, topics such as segmentation and classification of human body shapes using extrinsic approaches, description and classification of body shapes, national size and shape surveys for apparel design, the importance of anthropometric data in sizing system development, developing apparel sizing systems for specific groups (such as the military and children), international sizing systems and standardization of apparel sizes, computer technology applied to clothing design, application of virtual simulation in product design, wearing comfort using body motion analytics, and more.
Using body motion or behavior to illustrate listening and understanding is one of the key concepts in TPR.
Typical applications require the measurement of whole body motion in three mutually orthogonal directions immediately following a shock or in the presence of severe vibrational inputs.