Accuracy of Pedometry on a Head-mounted Display

  title={Accuracy of Pedometry on a Head-mounted Display},
  author={Ilias Apostolopoulos and Daniel S. Coming and Eelke Folmer},
The accuracy of pedometry varies depending on where an inertial sensor is located on the body. Motivated by the increasing popularity of wearable computing, this paper investigates the accuracy with which pedometry can be achieved on a head-mounted device: something previous research has not investigated. A study with 16 subjects compares the accuracy of pedometry for walking and running with an inertial sensor located at the head, pocket and hand/arm. Our study did not detect a significant… CONTINUE READING
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