Kathleen M. Robinette

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One product of the Civilian American and European Sudace Anthropometry Resource (CAESAR) project is the 3-0 location of 72 landmarks on all of the thousands of subjects scanned in the survey. Several years of research was done to arrive at a method to quickly, accurately and consistently locate these landmarks. This paper describes the method, its(More)
A major problem in designing highly specialized equipment such as oxygen masks, respirators, etc, is that the effectiveness of the equipment depends on its appropriateness for the size and shape of the body part for which it is designed. However, in general, among the individuals who are likely to be using this equipment, there is considerable heterogeneity(More)
Fit for the modern flight helmet is not just comfort, but includes proper placement of added components (e.g., earcups, helmet-mounted optics, etc.), stability, and even center of gravity location. Many fielded and prototype helmets have been criticized for poor fit, not providing adequate sizes, and compromising safety. In this paper, evidence from studies(More)