Humanseat : semi-wearable seating concepts for vehicle control, medical, and wellbeing applications

@inproceedings{Knzler2007HumanseatS,
  title={Humanseat : semi-wearable seating concepts for vehicle control, medical, and wellbeing applications},
  author={Patrik K{\"u}nzler},
  year={2007}
}
This thesis explores how natural bodily movements can be translated into a control interface for vehicles. Focusing on the car, our goal is to increase human performance and wellbeing while eliminating the traditionally antagonistic relationship between comfort and freedom of movement vs. support, safety and sensing the car. We will discuss seating, traditional controls, their origins, evolution, and their implications in the context of today’s cars. Based on the physical demands of the vehicle… CONTINUE READING

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