Motion analysis systems deliver quantitative information, e.g. on the progress of rehabilitation programs aimed at improving range of motion. Markerless systems are of interest for clinical application because they are low-cost and easy to use. The first generation of the Kinect™ sensor showed promising results in validity assessment compared to an… (More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine and verify the optimal location of the motion axis (MA) for the seat of a dynamic office chair. BACKGROUND A dynamic seat that supports pelvic motion may improve physical well-being and decrease the risk of sitting-associated disorders. However, office work requires an undisturbed view on the work task,… (More)
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