6R instrumented spatial linkages for anatomical joint motion measurement--Part 1: Design.

@article{Kirstukas19926RIS,
  title={6R instrumented spatial linkages for anatomical joint motion measurement--Part 1: Design.},
  author={S J Kirstukas and J. W. L. Lewis and Arthur G. Erdman},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={1992},
  volume={114 1},
  pages={92-100}
}
Six-revolute-joint instrumented spatial linkages (6R ISLs) have become often-used devices to measure the complete six-degree-of-freedom motion of anatomical joints. Accuracy of motion measurement depends on ISL design and calibration technique. In this paper, a design process is outlined that uses computer graphics and numerical methods as aids in developing 6R ISLs that (i) physically assemble within the desired range of motion of the joint; (ii) do not collide with either the experimental… CONTINUE READING

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