motion analysis


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motion analysis

[′mō·shən ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
Detailed study of the motions used in a work task or at a given work area.
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Subjects were fitted with eye trackers to record where they looked and motion analysis sensors to record how they walked as they used a phone while negotiating a floor-based obstacle.
The extension of [2] in development of motion analysis has been surveyed by Liang Wang et al [11].
io/) Leomo , a Japanese startup, has developed a product for cyclists and triathletes that provides motion analysis in real time.
The handheld probe assesses and monitors pressure sores using motion analysis, thermal profiling, image classification and segmentation, 3-D object reconstruction and vapor detection to determine if the sore is healing.
Select kinematic parameters of the pirouette preparation (stance depth, vertical center-of-mass motion range, initial shoulder line position, shoulder line angular displacement, and maximum trunk twist angle) along with vertical angular momentum parameters during the turn (maximum momentums of the whole body and body parts, and duration and rate of generation) were obtained from nine skilled collegiate ballet dancers through a three-dimensional motion analysis and compared among three turn conditions (single, double, and triple).
To determine whether mobility asymmetry in forearm pronation/supination was present, the athlete underwent quantitative biomechanical analysis at the motion analysis laboratory of our institute.
The studio features virtual reality objects which are tracked using technology from Motion Analysis and Shotoku.
Basic principles of physiology, biomechanics, medications, exercise, motion analysis, and sport-specific injuries, among other topics are followed by coverage of medical considerations (e.
The two levels of accredited, web-based programs provide interactive education on 3D motion analysis and biofeedback training programs designed to objectively improve performance in less time and with greater results.
This includes a motion analysis method for upper limbs, a non-invasive optical blood glucose measurement technique using near-infrared radiation, image fusion of multimodal cardiac images, functional electrical stimulation for the restoration and rehabilitation of motor function, medical manipulators for surgical applications, a walking assistance robot, a wearable power assist robot driven with pneumatic rubber artificial muscles, automated analysis of nursery school observations, a sleep monitoring system, quantitative modeling of neuronal polarization, and a web-based image database system.
To maximize the benefit of motion analysis, the Bio-Kinetics Research & Development staff has utilized the technology to convert a video image into a three-dimensional animated figure of a player's skeletal features.