Development and Application of an Anthropometric Design Method Considering Physical Human Variabilities

@inproceedings{Jung2011DevelopmentAA,
  title={Development and Application of an Anthropometric Design Method Considering Physical Human Variabilities},
  author={Kihyo Jung and Baekhee Lee and Heecheon You},
  year={2011}
}
The present study developed an anthropometric design method accommodating physical human variabilities for user-centered product development. The proposed design method is based on the boundary zone method, a technique to generate a group of humanoids properly representing the body size diversity of the design target population. In addition, the anthropometric design method considers the variability of postures in the design process by incorporating the simulation of posture. The effectiveness… CONTINUE READING

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