Browse Publications Technical Papers 2006-01-2363
2006-07-04

Development of Active Human Response Model to Ride Motion 2006-01-2363

Vehicle ride motion produces a dynamic response of the seated operator, which disturbs the intended fingertip trajectory during reach activities. This perturbation induces deviations that must be corrected to successfully complete the reach. Visual and/or proprioceptive information are necessary to detect these deviations and provide feedback to the controller of the neuromuscular system. In an attempt to predict movement alterations and adjustments under whole body vibration exposure, a trajectory planning and feedback controller was developed using split sample data from a series of reaching experiments on a six degree of freedom motion platform.

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