Corpus ID: 49430103

Smartphone Acquisition and Online Visualization of IMU and EMG Sensor Data for Assessment of Wrist Load

@inproceedings{Hult2018SmartphoneAA,
  title={Smartphone Acquisition and Online Visualization of IMU and EMG Sensor Data for Assessment of Wrist Load},
  author={Axel Hult and D. Chang},
  year={2018}
}
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders constitutes a substantial burden for society, generating individual suffering and financial costs. Quantifying the musculoskeletal stress and establishing exp ... 

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