Wearable Sensors for Spatio-Temporal Grip Force Profiling

01/16/2021 ∙ by Rongrong Liu, et al. ∙ 0

Wearable biosensor technology enables real-time, convenient, and continuous monitoring of users behavioral signals. Such include signals relative to body motion, body temperature, biological or biochemical markers, and individual grip forces, which are studied in this paper. A four step pick and drop image guided and robot assisted precision task has been designed for exploiting a wearable wireless sensor glove system. Individual spatio temporal grip forces are analyzed on the basis of thousands of individual sensor data, collected from different locations on the dominant and non-dominant hands of each of three users in ten successive task sessions. Statistical comparisons reveal specific differences between grip force profiles of the individual users as a function of task skill level (expertise) and time.



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