Exoskeleton research marches forward with study on fit -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

Exoskeleton research marches forward with study on fit

21.08.2020

Image: left the optical tracking system that captures and recreates the movement of the exoskeleton and the human markers in a digital space, right the human doing movements with the exoskeleton; Copy

The optical tracking system captures and recreates the movement of the exoskeleton (red and pink clusters) and the human markers (orange and blue clusters) in a digital space. Discordant movement between the human and exoskeleton markers could indicate a poor fit that may lead to pain or injury.

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