Seminar: Knee Vibration Analysis for Golf/Tennis Players
Knee injuries are common occurrence for Golf and Tennis players. One way to study the effect on knees during a Golf Swing or Tennis Serve would be to use a sensor patch (with a vibration sensor) to measure bone conduction signal at knee during such specific motions in sports. This project includes: (1) In-lab experiment: design and conduct experiments to collect vibration data, (2) modelling Golf Swing and Tennis Serve motion (both involves knee bending), and (3) Qualitative analysis and conclusions from this study.
- Gain an overview of wearable sensor technology and its application in eHealth and mHealth.
- Learning design concepts for user/evaluation studies by devising a recording plan.
- Implementation and evaluation of a recording system.
- Analysing of sensor (vibration) data.
|Presence time||Lecture: 2 SWS Exercises: 2 SWS|
|Work distribution||30% Theory, 30% Experimentation, 40% Programming|
|Useful knowledge||Python Programming, Pattern Recognition|
|Period||Summer semester 2018|
Up-to-date literature recommendations are provided during the lectures.