P11011: Modular Motion Tracking Knee Flexion Unit V1
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Literature Research

Literature and Specification Resources

These articles and references were used to develop the specifications for our device:

Head Motion Sensor (Dr. Barbano)
Activity Recognition and Monitoring Using Multiple Sensors on Different Body Positions
Cervical Motion Testing - Methodology and Clinical Implications
Eastman Kodak Company. Ergonomic Design for People at Work, v. 2. p. 455, 458-459. Van Nostrand Reinhold: New York, 1986.
The Influence of Body Size on Linear Measurements Used to Reflect Cervical Range of Motion
Reliability of Measurements of Cerivcal Spine Range of Motion
Video of Dr. Barbano Measuring a Patient's Movement


IMU Error (Dr. Barbano)
The ABCs of ADCs
A Low-cost Motion Tracker and Its Error


Knee Flexion Sensor (Dr. Mowder)
Eastman Kodak Company. Ergonomic Design for People at Work, v. 2. p. 455, 460. Van Nostrand Reinhold: New York, 1986.
Expected Values for Steps per Day in Special Populations
How Many Steps are Enough

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