myoMotion Articles

Research projects utilizing our IMU devices

 

1)
Kinematics of transition during human accelerated sprinting
Ryu Nagahara, Takeo Matsubayashi, Akifumi Matsuo, and Koji Zushi.
The MyoMotion system was used to analyze human sprinting.
Published in the journal Biology Open.
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Accuracy of Joint Angles Using Markerless Motion System
Nazeeh Alothmany, Afzal Khan1, Majdi Alnowaimi2, Ali H. Morfeq1, and Ehab A Hafez4.
A comparative study assessing the viability of a Kinect motion tracking system as compared to kinetic analysis with a MyoMotion System.
Published in the International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research.
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3)
Design and Evaluation of a Gesture Controlled Singing Voice Installation
Cornelius Poepel, Jochen Feitsch, Marco Strobel, Christian Geiger.
A 3D kinematic MyoMotion system was used to render singing voices based on bodily movement.
Published by the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.
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Ergonomic Evaluation of upper limb movements in the automobile production measured by means of motion capturing
CHRISTIN HÖLZEL, and KLAUS BENGLER, and TIM DRESSEL.
The BMW group using a 3D kinematic MyoMotion system to evaluate various upper extremity motions of production employees.
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5)
Experimental Test Setups and Simulations in Skiing Mechanics
Mikael Swarén
Three studies by Sweden’s Royal Institute of technology validated the use of 3D kinematic sensors to effectively assess the ergonomics and safety of winter sports equipment.
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Comparison of Angle Measurements Between Vicon and MyoMotion Systems
Shruthi Balasubramanian
A graduate research project comparing the IMU and video motion capture systems. A correlation coefficient of .99 indicates a minute differences in the efficacy of the two systems for most applications.
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Tangible and Body-Related Interaction Techniques for a Singing Voice Synthesis Installation
Jochen Feitsch, Marco Strobel, Stefan Meyer, Christian Geiger.
A 3D kinematic MyoMotion system was used to control a 3D avatar for virtual singing environment.
A conference paper from the proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction.
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Multi-objective analysis for assessing simultaneous changes in regional spinal curvatures under backpack carriage in young adults
Simon S. W. Li & Daniel H. K. Chow.
A 5 sensor MyoMotion system was used to analyze the curvature of the spine in three dimensions.
Published in the journal Ergonomics.
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9)
Biomechanical Quantification of the Dynamic Knee Valgus using Inertial Sensor System MyoMotion®
Teufl Wolfgang.
A MyoMotion system was used to characterize knee valgus and an objective scoring system was produced to charachterize lower leg geometry.
A Master’s thesis published by the Universität Gießen / Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen.
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10)
Assessment of Kinematic Asymmetry During the Y-Balance Test
Eric P. Scibek, Jonathan L. Goldfarb, Richard T. Marcello, Matthew F. Moran. Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.
A MyoMotion system was used to compare limb dominance with bilateral performance of YBT and lower extremity.
A poster presented at the 2016 ACSM in Boston, MA.
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11)
Comparison of Healthcare Workers Transferring Patients Using Either Conventional Or Robotic Wheelchairs: Kinematic, Electromyographic, and Electrocardiographic Analyses
Hiromi Matsumoto, Masaru Ueki, Kazutake Uehara, Hisashi Noma, Nobuko Nozawa, Mari Osaki, and Hiroshi Hagino1.
A MyoMotion system was used in conjunction with a MyoMuscle system to evaluate the full body muscle and motion activity of health care workers.
Published in the Journal of Healthcare Engineering.
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12)
Relationship between lower limbs kinematic variables and effectiveness of sprint during maximum velocity phase
ARTUR STRUZIK, GRZEGORZ KONIECZNY, KAMILA GRZESIK, MATEUSZ STAWARZ,SŁAWOMIR WINIARSKI, and ANDRZEJ ROKITA.
A MyoMotion system was used to correlate lower extremity anatomical angles to angular velocity.
Published in the Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics.
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Tangible and body-related interaction techniques for a singing voice synthesis installation
Jochen Feitsch, Marco Strobel, Stefan Meyer, and Christian Geiger.
A MyoMotion system was used to control an avatar.
Presented at the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction.
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Identification of Biomechanical Risk Factors for the Development of Lower-Back Disorders during Manual Rebar Tying
Waleed Umer, Heng Li,  Grace Pui Yuk Szeto, and Arnold Yu Lok Wong.
A Noraxon Telemyo DTS was used in conjunction with the MyoMotion sensor based motion capture system to measure human motion.
Published in the Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
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15)
Effect of Drop Jump Technique on the Reactive Strength Index
Artur Struzik, Grzegorz Juras, Bogdan Pietraszewski, and Andrzej Rokita.
A Noraxon MyoMotion motion capture system was used in conjunction with an AMTI force plate to measure the kinetics and dynamics of drop jumps.
Published in the Journal of Human Kinetics.
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A STUDY OF MUSCULOSKELETAL LOADING IN USING A TOUCHSCREEN SMARTPHONE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE WITH AND WITHOUT CHRONIC NECK-SHOULDER PAIN
Yanfei Xie.
A MyoMotion system was used in conjunction with a Noraxon Telemyo DTS to measure hand and neck kinematics.
Published by the Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute.
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CHANGE IN SPATIOTEMPORAL CYCLE VARIABLES & MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING CLASSlC ROLLER SKI DOUBLE POLING TECHNIQUE
Kitae Kim, In-sik Shin, Siddhartha Bikram Panday, Jin-hae Kim, Hye-young Kim, Gwang-jae Yu, Ji-hyun Kim.
A MyoMotion motion tracking system was used in conjunction with a TeleMyo DTS to measure lower extremity muscle activation.
Published in the ISBS.
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18)
THE EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL LOAD ON LOWER EXTREMiTY ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AMPLITUDE DURING COUNTERMOVEMENT JUMP​
Chung-Yu Chen, Wei-Kai Wang, Sung-Hsuan Wu, Wei-Bin Lin, and Ti-Yu Chen.
A MyoMotion motion tracking system was used in conjunction with a TeleMyo DTS to measure lower extremity muscle activation.
Published in the ISBS.
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A randomized controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
Greg Wood, Charlotte A. L. Miles, Ginny Coyles, Omid Alizadehkhaiyat, Samuel J. Vine, Joan N. Vickers, and Mark R. Wilson.
MyoMotion and MyoMuscle systems were used to measure upper body dynamics and kinematics.
Published in the journal PLOS ONE.
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20)
SELF-REPORTED WALKING DIFFICULTY: A SUB-GROUP FOR IDENTIFYING DIFFERENCES IN GAIT MECHANICS IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
Annalisa Na.
A MyoMotion sensor based motion capture system was used in conjunction with AMTI force plates, Motion Builder EMG, and Qualysis camera based motion capture system.
Published by ProQuestion.
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21)
Determining the Readiness of Recreational Ultra-Marathon Runners
Ali Arastu, Cristine Agresta, Jeffrey Housner, and Jessica D. Zendler.
MyoMotion, MyoPressure (Quasar treadmill), and MyoMuscle systems were used to collect kinematic and pressure distribution data.
Published in the 2017 AMSSM 26th Annual Meeting Research Oral
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