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Forum: Kinesiology

Human movement science, Biomechanics of the hand, Fine motor control

  1. Research at the Division of Kinesiology and Health, University of Wyoming

    MovAlyzer is an amazing software to work with. Its wide array of applications to different fields of study, gives the researcher/ explorer a strong forum to work on novel ideas. I have been using MovAlyzer in Kinesiology and Health, to work on my research on Handwriting analysis. It has been fun...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2011-05-03 04:27 Go to last post
  2. College of Human Sciences (CHS), Kinesiology & Health, Iowa State University, USA

    Once you become familiar with the MovAlyzer software there is a lot you can do with the program. I found it beneficial that the software provided such wide variety of variables for data analysis, as I was able to examine the key aspects of handwriting I was interested in. In addition, I found the...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2011-04-08 13:28 Go to last post
  3. Fine Motor Control and Learning Lab, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA

    The Fine Motor Control and Learning laboratory (www.vangemmert.com/fmcl) focuses on how we are able to perform and (re)learn fine motor tasks when the control of movements is challenged by an increase of demands due to stress and/or mental load, or when control of movements is challenged as result...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2011-04-05 14:32 Go to last post
  4. Testimonial from Dept. of Human Movement Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    "I recently started using MovAlyzeR in my lab to investigate motor learning and control issues that involve targeted reaching movement. I am planning to look at horizontal reaching behavior in different populations including the healthy young and old, and stroke patients, and MovAlyzeR is a great,...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2010-11-29 19:27 Go to last post
  5. Testimonial from University of Elon, NC, USA

    MovAlyzeR has been a part of my lab for some time. I have successfully used it to measure movement control in a variety of populations (stroke, Parkinson's, aging, development). My students can create experiments and get a variety of analysis variables and graphs quickly. The strength of this...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2010-11-29 19:26 Go to last post
  6. Testimonial from Bioengineering Unit, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scottland.

    The development of the grip sensing pen and the integration of grip data with MovAlyzeR handwriting capture have provided us with a highly capable and accurate platform for the physiological and biomechanical study of writing performance in normal subjects and patients with neurological...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2010-11-29 19:24 Go to last post
  7. Testimonial from the Motor Control Lab at Arizona State University

    At the Motor Control Lab at ASU, I spent close to an year implementing a pen-tablet based experiment in Matlab. Huge chunks of time were spent on setting up a usable GUI, syncing the tablet to an EMG measurement system and ensuring data integrity. Then I came to know that MovAlyzeR could have done...

    Posted By Hans-Leo
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    2010-11-29 19:07 Go to last post

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