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Ergonomics Evaluation

Body position and posture can be analyzed over a wide range of static and dynamic conditions and these measurements can be used to determine the ergonomic characteristics of a specific work activity or environment. To reliably record head tilt with respect to the X-, Y- and Z-axes simultaneously, place a TSD109 accelerometer on the head. To directly measure adequate bending in the knees or unsafe rounding in the lower spine, use goniometers. To determine maximum extension and flexion of the digits, place miniature goniometers on the back of fingers.

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Eye Tracking Glasses Import License

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