Mathieu Delangle

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Numerical models and computer-aided modeling software are tools commonly used to assess the accessibility of an environment, based on static human body dimensions. In this paper, the limits of validity of these approaches are assessed by comparing the reach envelopes obtained by these methods to those obtained experimentally. First, the accessibility areas(More)
Consideration of physical dimensions of the user population is essential to design adapted environment. This variability in body dimensions (called"anthropometry") is involved in design tools commonly used today to assess user's accommodation (physical mock-ups, population models, database, boundary manikins, hybrid methods or digital human modeling).(More)
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