Wearable Sensing for Solid Biomechanics: A Review

@article{Wong2015WearableSF,
  title={Wearable Sensing for Solid Biomechanics: A Review},
  author={Charence Wong and Zhi-Qiang Zhang and Benny Lo and Guang-Zhong Yang},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={2747-2760}
}
Understanding the solid biomechanics of the human body is important to the study of structure and function of the body, which can have a range of applications in health care, sport, well-being, and workflow analysis. Conventional laboratory-based biomechanical analysis systems and observation-based tests are designed only to capture brief snapshots of the mechanics of movement. With recent developments in wearable sensing technologies, biomechanical analysis can be conducted in less-constrained… CONTINUE READING

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