Temporal-spatial reach parameters derived from inertial sensors: Comparison to 3D marker-based motion capture.

@article{CahillRowley2017TemporalspatialRP,
  title={Temporal-spatial reach parameters derived from inertial sensors: Comparison to 3D marker-based motion capture.},
  author={Katelyn Cahill-Rowley and Jessica Rose},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2017},
  volume={52},
  pages={
          11-16
        }
}
Reaching is a well-practiced functional task crucial to daily living activities, and temporal-spatial measures of reaching reflect function for both adult and pediatric populations with upper-extremity motor impairments. Inertial sensors offer a mobile and inexpensive tool for clinical assessment of movement. This research outlines a method for measuring temporal-spatial reach parameters using inertial sensors, and validates these measures with traditional marker-based motion capture. 140… CONTINUE READING
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