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Proc. ASME. IMECE2013, Volume 3B: Biomedical and Biotechnology Engineering, V03BT03A011, November 15–21, 2013
Paper No: IMECE2013-65064
... Wearable sensor systems have the potential to offer advancements in the study of motion disorders, particularly outside of a laboratory setting during activities of daily living or on a football field. Advantages like portability and the capability to gather real-world data have resulted...
Topics: Robotics, Sensors
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Proc. ASME. IMECE2004, Dynamic Systems and Control, Parts A and B, 1293-1299, November 13–19, 2004
Paper No: IMECE2004-59271
... 28 03 2008 This paper describes a technique that uses conductive fibers as part of a wearable sensor for continuous monitoring of joint movements. Conductive fibers are incorporated into flexible, skin-tight fabrics that are comfortable and acceptable for long-term wear in everyday...