Ambulatory human motion tracking by fusion of inertial and magnetic sensing with adaptive actuation

@article{Schepers2009AmbulatoryHM,
  title={Ambulatory human motion tracking by fusion of inertial and magnetic sensing with adaptive actuation},
  author={H. Martin Schepers and Daniel Roetenberg and Peter H. Veltink},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={27 - 37}
}
Over the last years, inertial sensing has proven to be a suitable ambulatory alternative to traditional human motion tracking based on optical position measurement systems, which are generally restricted to a laboratory environment. Besides many advantages, a major drawback is the inherent drift caused by integration of acceleration and angular velocity to obtain position and orientation. In addition, inertial sensing cannot be used to estimate relative positions and orientations of sensors… CONTINUE READING
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