Is motion capture-based biomechanical simulation valid for HCI studies?: study and implications


Motion-capture-based biomechanical simulation is a non-invasive analysis method that yields a rich description of posture, joint, and muscle activity in human movement. The method is presently gaining ground in sports, medicine, and industrial ergonomics, but it also bears great potential for studies in HCI where the physical ergonomics of a design is… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2556288.2557027


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