Arm and trunk kinematic features during reaching in virtual and real world environments


In this study we characterized patterns of arm and trunk movement during hand reaching in two environments: virtual and physical. In the virtual environment, subjects used less trunk displacement, had jerkier and larger hand paths, and used more arm torsion around the shoulder-hand distal vector. In conclusion, virtual and physical environments do not… (More)


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