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Researchers in Maastricht and Leuven used ProbeFix Dynamic for a pioneering study using dynamic ultrasound imaging and 3D motion tracking in Nordic hamstring curl, single-leg Roman chair, and single-leg deadlift.

ProbeFix Dynamic crucial for ultrasound imaging of hamstring muscle and fascicle behaviour.

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With Motion Capture for Analysis

Next-level gait analysis at the University of Bologna

In this episode, we talk about Charm Industrial’s novel approach for carbon offsetting, a concept fitness drone from Hongik University that could be the first to commercialize, and a joint effort between MIT and US Navy to understand how sound waves are altered by water conditions in the North Pole.

Podcast: Charm's Carbon Offsets, Fitness Trainer Drones, MIT Studies Sound Waves In The North Pole

Charm's unique approach for reducing atmospheric carbon has already proven to be fruitful by delivering 416 tons of carbon offsetting to Stripe one month ahead of schedule

A (Charm)ing Approach For Carbon Offsetting

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Xsens DOT: Transforming Sports Performance And Physiotherapy

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Designing A Bionic Future For Prosthetics

Luvas Extensoras Biônicas (LEB): Bionic Extension Gloves when "worn" by a person who keeps their hands closed most of the time due to neurological, motor and other problems, are able to extend their fingers by opening their hands as wide as possible.

Bionic Extension Gloves enable to play piano

The future of human digital interaction

Sensory motion tracking

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Climbing to the top

A New Level Of Precision For Sport Climbing

Why is it that we do not have robots that can learn a wide range of motor patterns quickly and on their own while being able to adapt to changes in the environment or the task?

Toward a new generation of robots: A bio-inspired tendon-driven robot that teaches itself how to walk

A new organ-on-an-electronic-chip platform, published in Science Advances, uses self-rolling biosensor arrays to coil up and measure the electrophysiology of heart cells in 3D.

Self-rolling sensors take heart cell readings in 3D

Robots perform many tasks that humans can’t or don't want to perform, getting around on intricately designed wheels and limbs. If they tip over, however, they are rendered almost useless.

Click beetles inspire design of self-righting robots

A new class of miniature biological robots, or bio-bots, has seen the light – and is following where the light shines.

Light illuminates the way for bio-bots

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