Shean Phelps

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The objective of this study was to investigate new methods for predicting injury from expected spaceflight dynamic loads by leveraging a broader range of available information in injury biomechanics. Although all spacecraft designs were considered, the primary focus was the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Orion capsule, as the authors have the(More)
INTRODUCTION Despite many existing treatments, airsickness is an issue of concern for soldiers being transported by helicopter. This experiment examined the efficacy of four airsickness treatments and their effects on performance. This study replicated the transport of soldiers in the cabin of an UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter performing many of the flight(More)
Wearable sensor systems represent an increasingly viable approach to short and long term motion classification and gait estimation primarily due to decreased size, cost and broad applicability. Accurate human motion recognition by means of minimally intrusive and low-power systems has countless applications in healthcare, sports medicine, and military(More)
Researchers from Georgia Tech, Emory University, and Georgia Tech Research Institute previously collaborated on a 2D Heads-Up Display based gamified health assessment focused on determining neurologic impairment. As a part of continuing gamification of the assessment, the entire project was translated to 3D Virtual Reality under significant constraints. The(More)
In recent U.S. military experience, widespread exposure to improvised explosive devices has been implicated in noticeable changes in the incidence of brain injuries inversely related to reduced mortality--thought to be the unintended consequence of increase in exposure to blast wave effects--secondary to improved vital organ protection, improved personal(More)
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