Changes in posture through the use of simple inclines with notebook computers placed on a standard desk.

@article{Asundi2012ChangesIP,
  title={Changes in posture through the use of simple inclines with notebook computers placed on a standard desk.},
  author={Krishna Asundi and Dan Odell and A. Luce and Jack Tigh Dennerlein},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2012},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={400-7}
}
This study evaluated the use of simple inclines as a portable peripheral for improving head and neck postures during notebook computer use on tables in portable environments such as hotel rooms, cafés, and airport lounges. A 3D motion analysis system measured head, neck and right upper extremity postures of 15 participants as they completed a 10 min computer task in six different configurations, all on a fixed height desk: no-incline, 12° incline, 25° incline, no-incline with external mouse, 25… CONTINUE READING

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