Macmillan, F., Fatoye, F., van der Linden, M., Rowe, P., Wilkinson, S. and Palmer, S. (2007) Relationship between knee kinaesthesia and joint position sense in healthy children. In: 4th International Biomechanics of the Lower Limb in Health, Disease & Rehabilitation Conference, University of Salford, UK , 3rd September, 2007. Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/1612 Full text not available from this repository ...
Here, we present a standardized method for measurement of elbow passive kinesthesia using the threshold to detection of passive...
This investigation was undertaken in order to know whether the postnatal tactile/kinesthetic stimulation is effective in reversing the Prenatal Stress, in the cytoarchitecture of the CA3 region of the hippocampus, in female pups. 12 pups of female rats from the Sprague-Dawley strain were distributed to Control Group (GC), the Prenatal Maternal Stress by restriction group (EP) and Prenatal Maternal Stress with postnatal tactile/ kinesthetic stimulation Group (EP-ETK). The Prenatal Maternal Stress in female pups increased neuronal density in CA3b and CA3c areas (p,0.001). When compared to Prenatal Maternal Stress, pups prenatal stress who received early tactile/kinesthetic stimulation showed a decrease in neuronal density in CA3b and CA3c areas (p , 0,001). Postnatal tactile/kinesthetic stimulation was shown to successfully reverse the Prenatal Maternal Stress effects by decreasing neuronal density in CA3b and CA3c hippocampal areas. ...
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The cognitive sciences are currently witnessing a surge of research that integrates questions that traditionally were the prerogative of the social sciences and humanities. One cornerstone of this development is an anti-Cartesian view of the human body as a shaper of higher cognition, somewhat parallel to the much cited body-turn in the social sciences. A growing camp of cognitive scientists now emphasizes that cognition is not disconnected from the human body, but grounded in sensory percepts, affect and other inner somatic experience, as well as imagery and sensorimotor activations. The debate revolves around the catchwords embodiment (of language or thought) and (perceptual) grounding or perceptual simulation. In this essay I will introduce empirical and theoretical developments of this field. The perspective applied takes into view the contribution of the body and bodily experience to cognition, thereby opening a compellingly fresh vista on ancient quandaries about the human ...
Kinaesthetics (or kinesthetics, in American English) is the study of body motion, and of the perception (both conscious and unconscious) of ones own body motions.[1] Kinesthesis is the learning of movements that an individual commonly performs (Edwards, 2011). The individual must repeat the motions that they are trying to learn and perfect many times for this to happen. Many people say that kinesthesis is muscle memory but it is not true because your muscles cant actually remember anything, it is the proprioceptors giving the information from your muscles to your brain (Edwards, 2011). To do this, the individual must have a sense of the position of their body and how that changes throughout the motor skill they are trying to perform. While performing the motion the body will use receptors in the muscles to transfer information to the brain to tell the brain about what the body is doing. Then after completing the same motor skill numerous times, the brain will begin to remember the motion based ...
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Proprioception is assessed more often through joint position sense and kinesthesia than force sense. The purpose of this study is to investigate force sense at the shoulder. A total of 12 subjects were recruited. An ipsilateral force reproduction protocol at the shoulder at 50°, 70°, and 90° and 120%, 140%, and 160% baseline torque. Dependent variables were constant error (CE) and root mean square error. An effect was found for load on absolute (p = .001) and normalized CE (p , .001). CE decreased with increased load. An effect for angle was found for absolute root mean square error (p = .002), more accurate at 50° (p = .01), but no effect when normalized (p = .19). With increased loads, subjects undershot the target and CE approached zero. Because of the differing behavior in CE and root mean square error, and absolute and normalized data, force sense studies should examine error from these perspectives. ...
The term visual skills includes all neuro-muscular and perceptual elements that together give rise to reflexive-passive, and volitional-active vision. These are not limited to the neuromuscular and neurosensory elements of the eye and retina, but integrate inputs from and outputs to other sensory modalities and neurocognitive functions. Visual skills involve the combined efforts of the eyes, eyelids, extra- and intra-ocular muscles, several cranial nerves, cortical and subcortical pathways, brainstem and spinal connection, various cortical loci and subcortical nuclei, audition, kinesthesia and proprioception, and balance. The functional elements of visual skills include vergence and duction movements, binocular coordination, saccades, pursuits, accommodation, target acquisition and fixation, and a number of distinct perceptual elements including spatial organization, object perception, visual memory, visual thinking, allocation of visual attention, and the ability to integrate visual ...
Defined as the ability for us to know how our body is positioned without having to confirm it via any normal sense (vision, touch, etc.). Sensors called spindles in all muscles can detect if a muscle is stretched or relaxed. This information is relayed to the brain to enable us to know, without conscious thought, if we are walking, sitting, or standing. These receptors are also an essential part of our ability to retain balance. If we begin to fall off balance these receptors indicate which muscles are stretching or relaxing, allowing use to make unconscious corrective movements to maintain good balance. See also Kinesthesia. ...
The emphasis in therapy depends on the needs of the patient. The particular need might include amblyopia, strabismus, accommodative and vergence disorders, ocular motility dysfunction (i.e. saccadic control), developmental visual information processing disorders, acquired visual information processing disorders, sports vision, and myopia control. Learning therapy extends this to include additional activities to address emotional and cognitive concerns, regardless of visual status.. Development occurs first through working primitive motor coordination, balance, and bilateral integration. Further activities help the child gain full awareness of spatial orientation, depth, and relative orientation and positioning of objects in space. Therapy also incorporates use of locomotion and kinesthesis to promote directionality and laterality awareness, as well as saccadic control and peripheral visual sensitivity. In the end, the child stands a firm foundation allowing easier integration and evolution of ...
The following lesson can meet the Middle School Next Generation Science Standards with some adjustments (simplify the background).. A neuron is a specialized cell with a cell body and consists of dendrites (thin protrusions) and an axon that can extend as far as a meter in humans. Their main function is to send electrical signals by connecting to other neurons via synapses. The nervous system comprises the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (specialized neurons such as sensory neurons, motor neurons and interneurons, and ganglia).. The somatosensory system incorporates several distinct senses or modalities and submodalities including: the tactile senses (sensing touch, pressure, vibration), thermoception (sensing temperature), proprioception (detection of body position in space), kinesthesis (sensing body movement), nociception (pain stimuli) etc. Its main function is to inform the body about the external environment and the movement of its own ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
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Introduction. When we play sporting games feedback is very important it can encourage people to do better, or it can help people to understand what it is they are doing wrong and, how they can put it right. The different types of feedback are: Video recordings Coachs view Teammates view Opposition view Family and friends view Spectators view Your own view 2. Input In this stage I would use my visual sense so this would be what I can see. So an example of this in football would be where the defenders are and were the goalkeeper is positioned. I would also use my auditory sense. This is what I can hear so if I can hear anyone running behind me or if one of my teammates is shouting man on or if hes telling me I am in an offside position. My last sense I would use would be my kinaesthetic sense. This is what I can feel so if I can feel my man marker and which way he will move. If I dont do this correctly when or if I get the ball a defender will come in and take the ball away from me as I didnt ...
Studies have been conducted on sprinters, Nascar drivers, and elite level quarterbacks regarding the effect of visualizations on game-day performance abilities. Those who are proficient at visualizing game-type situations are actually able to fire their motor neurons in the exact sequence and timings as if they were really completing the motion. It has also been theorized that such techniques are beneficial to kinesthetic sense and body awareness. These mental repetitions allow for motor learning to take place without an actual motor function being completed. An athlete must be proficient in their skill-based activities for these higher learning processes to take place, but such adaptations can translate to faster reaction time in complex situations, less paralysis by analysis in competition, and greater efficiency when multiple responses must be selected ...
and improve joint position sense. 13 Recent developments in gaming technology have facilitated the use of real-time joint kinematic tracking as a feedback tool. Such feedback has resulted in both immediate 14 and short-term improvements in knee position during jump landing. 15 A potential limitation. ...
Ankle tape is widely used by athletes to prevent ankle sprain. Although there is growing evidence that ankle tape improve joint position sense, but yet it is not clear even if tape improve joint position sense after muscle fatigue, because fatigue impair joint position sense and raise the risk of ankle sprain. The aim of this study is to examine the effect of ankle tape on joint position sense after local muscle fatigue. This trial is a randomized controlled trial. 34 healthy subjects participated in this trial. Subjects were randomized distributed into two groups: with tape and without tape. Active and passive absolute error and variable error mean values for two target positions of the ankle joint (15° inversions and inversion minus 5°) before and after fatigue protocol consisted of 30 consecutive maximal concentric/concentric contractions of the ankle evertors and invertors. In this trail joint position sense for all subjects was assessed using The Biodex System isokinetic dynamometer 3, this
Droog presents their experiential sensorium Splendor in the Grass, produced under commission for the New York Museum of Sexs Kinesthesia award.. Flirting with the complexities of sexuality, the installation transforms the Museum into an immersive erotic camping ground. The work intoxicates and activates visitors visual, auditory and kinesthetic senses through the symphony of five interactive tents.. A surreal adult-playground invites guests to connect with the various phases of human sexuality. The tents are designed around our visceral relationship with nature and eroticism - ranging from a girl made from grass whispering in your ear; an ice-oven tent that warms as your basal body temperature rises; enticingly tactile gloryholes; to a steamy cloud-chamber filled with the fever of scent.. Edith Gruson of Droog explains the concept of the installation, ..here you will experience feelings which are intensified by memories of your body and nature. How does it feel to walk through wet grass, ...
The performance of a brain-machine interface designed to help paralyzed subjects move objects with their thoughts is improved with the addition of a robotic arm providing sensory feedback, a new study from the University of Chicago finds.. Devices that translate brain activity into the movement of a computer cursor or an external robotic arm have already proven successful in humans. But in these early systems, vision was the only tool a subject could use to help control the motion.. Adding a robot arm that provided kinesthetic information about movement and position in space improved the performance of monkeys using a brain-machine interface in a study published today in The Journal of Neuroscience. Incorporating this sense may improve the design of wearable robots to help patients with spinal cord injuries, researchers said.. A lot of patients that are motor-disabled might have partial sensory feedback, said Nicholas Hatsopoulos, PhD, associate professor and chair of computational ...
Somatosensation is considered a general sense, as opposed to the submodalities discussed in this section. Somatosensation is the group of sensory modalities that are associated with touch and limb position. These modalities include pressure, vibration, light touch, tickle, itch, temperature, pain, proprioception, and kinesthesia. This means that its receptors are not associated with a specialized organ, but are instead spread throughout the body in a variety of organs. Many of the somatosensory receptors are located in the skin, but receptors are also found in muscles, tendons, joint capsules and ligaments.. Two types of somatosensory signals that are transduced by free nerve endings are pain and temperature. These two modalities use thermoreceptors and nociceptors to transduce temperature and pain stimuli, respectively. Temperature receptors are stimulated when local temperatures differ from body temperature. Some thermoreceptors are sensitive to just cold and others to just heat. Nociception ...
It takes us at least 12 months as a baby to learn the fundamentals of walking. It takes even longer to learn how to walk properly and eventually run. Walking is very complex and requires good balance, the ability to know where your joints are in space (proprioception), the ability to know how your joints are moving (kinesthesia), good range of motion and strength.. As we age, with declining activity, or after an injury, walking can become difficult. With previous injuries or pain in the knee or hip, our walking pattern can change leaving us with a limp or even worse, back pain. Changes in posture can also be responsible for changes in walking patterns.. When walking patterns change, abnormal stresses and strains with everyday activities can be transmitted to areas it shouldnt. For example, if you have knee pain and you begin to limp, the other hip and your spine now have to take double the weight. This can lead to pain and dysfunction in those areas also. The good news is that if you have ...
The body also figures in what the Buddha called the All; that is, in the six channels that he said comprise the whole of our lived world (which, by the way, we moderns can expand. I write elsewhere of seven.). This is an experiential thing. The bodily sense in this context is often translated (perhaps correctly, in a strict translation) as touch, but this is often an inadequate term to describe the fine and intricate body-senses which are available as objects of our mindfulness. Just consider, for instance, the existence of (what we now call) proprioception; and of kinaesthesia; and also of the felt sense (Gendlin). The importance of the body as the early or first steps in the above practices is that founding our awareness in our physical presence gives us yogis a steady basis for the realisation of progressively subtler states of awareness; and it allows integration of these subtle, spacious states with our daily activity. So, moving ever deeper into subtle phenomena - such as the ...
Radiographic knee OA is present in an estimated 37% of Americans over the age of 60, representing more than 13 million people. Current medical, non-surgical knee OA treatments focus primarily on symptomatic relief and have met with limited, temporary success. Various therapeutic exercise prescriptions have been used to help ameliorate knee OA symptoms and improve function. Leg strength training is most commonly used. However, recent evidence suggests that shorter programs of kinesthesia, balance and agility (KBA) techniques may result in more rapid symptom relief and functional improvements in comparison to traditional therapeutic exercise. These early benefits could potentially lead to greater long term exercise adherence.. In a case study of an elderly female patient with dynamic knee instability related to OA, physical therapists reported success with a combination of KBA training and traditional therapeutic exercise. These findings need to be verified in a controlled clinical trial. This ...
include movable.hpp #include ,boost/move/algorithm.hpp, #include ,cassert, #include ,boost/aligned_storage.hpp, int main() { const std::size_t ArraySize = 10; movable movable_array[ArraySize]; movable movable_array2[ArraySize]; //move boost::move(&movable_array2[0], &movable_array2[ArraySize], &movable_array[0]); assert(movable_array2[0].moved()); assert(!movable_array[0].moved()); //move backward boost::move_backward(&movable_array[0], &movable_array[ArraySize], &movable_array2[ArraySize]); assert(movable_array[0].moved()); assert(!movable_array2[0].moved()); //uninitialized_move boost::aligned_storage, sizeof(movable)*ArraySize , boost::alignment_of,movable,::value,::type storage; movable *raw_movable = static_cast,movable*,(static_cast,void*,(&storage)); boost::uninitialized_move(&movable_array2[0], &movable_array2[ArraySize], raw_movable); assert(movable_array2[0].moved()); assert(!raw_movable[0].moved()); return 0; } ...
This study has been conducted on the nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design in quasi experimental basis and newly born premature infants from intensive care unit of G Medical University Hospital in Inchon Metropolitan were selected in two groups of 21 infants each. The first group for experimental and the other for control. Data has been collected form October 30, 1997 to August 29, 1998. For the experimental group tactile and kinesthetic stimulation was applied 2 times a day for10 days(10:00 ~ 11:00 hours in the morning and 17:00 ~ 18:00 in the afternoon). As a weight weighing instrument, electronic indicator scale(Cas Co. korea) was used. Collected data were analyzed with the SAS program using X2-test, student t-test, repeated measures ANOVA, Pearson correlated coefficient and Stepwise multiple regression. The result were as follow. 1. As for the daily weight gain, the experimental group showed first change in weight and this group also showed higher weight in the average weight ...
Senses are physiological capacities of organisms that provide data about the world; sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields, most notably neuroscience, cognitive psychology (or cognitive science), and philosophy of perception. The nervous system has a specific sensory system or organ, dedicated to each sense. Human beings have a multitude of senses. Sight (ophthalmoception), hearing (audioception), taste (gustaoception), smell (olfacoception or olfacception), and touch (tactioception) are the five traditionally recognized. While the ability to detect other stimuli beyond those governed by the traditional senses exists, including temperature (thermoception), kinesthetic sense (proprioception), pain (nociception), balance (equilibrioception), acceleration (kinesthesioception), and various internal stimuli (e.g. the different chemoreceptors for detecting salt and carbon dioxide ...
Proprioception is a combination of balance, joint position sense, and body awareness. Part of this is derived from sensory apparatus within the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. When any of these areas are damaged, in pain or recovering from injury/surgery, the sensory apparatus are damaged and need proprioceptive stimulation to recover and do their job again. Any neurological damage to spine, nerves or brain lead to issues with proprioception too. Physiotherapy treatment works to gain proprioception. Good proprioception leads to correct use of limb and body. Athletes also benefit from fine tuning proprioception to help reduce risk of injury ...
A remotely actuated solenoid latch apparatus adapted for use in motor vehicle applications is disclosed. The solenoid latch apparatus includes a solenoid having an armature movable between a first position displaced from a pole piece to define a working air gap therebetween to a second position attracted toward the pole piece. A solenoid winding encircles the pole piece and the armature for attracting the armature toward the pole piece upon energization thereof. A latch member is associated with the movable armature for lockingly engaging a striker bar when the armature is in one position and releasably disengaging the striker bar when the armature is in the other position. The present invention is self-compensating to align the latch member relative to the striker bar, prior to engagement therewith, to compensate for alignment variation between the latch member and the striker bar. The pole piece is movable to provide a relatively constant air gap
An imaging box assembly is provided for capturing an image of a sample. The imaging box assembly includes a body having an interior cavity for receiving the sample, and having a front portion defining an opening into the cavity. The body further includes a view port enabling viewing of the sample contained in the interior cavity. A door is mounted to the body that is movable between an opened condition, enabling access to the interior cavity through the cavity opening, and a closed condition, positioning a door rear portion substantially adjacent the body front portion to prevent access through the cavity opening. The box assembly further includes a moveable stage disposed in the cavity interior that supports the sample. The moveable stage is adapted to selectively position the sample at a selected one of a plurality of positions relative to the view hole.
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Patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury often exhibit reduced movement quality during functional tasks in the form of a knee-medial-to-foot position (KMFP). This movement pattern is suggested to be more common in women than in men, but the possible contributing sensorimotor factors for this altered knee position are poorly studied in these patients. The aim of this study was to evaluate the association between sensory function and medio-lateral knee position during functional tasks in men and women with ACL injury. Fifty-one patients (23 women) aged 18-40 years with ACL injury were included in this cross-sectional study. Measures of sensory function were assessed by the threshold to detection of passive motion (TDPM) for knee kinesthesia and by the vibration perception threshold (VPT) for vibration sense. Movement quality was assessed by visual observation of the position of the knee relative to the foot during the following four functional tasks with different degrees of difficulty: the
This study suggests that teaching a new strategy is beneficial to decrease the forefoot peak plantar pressure in individuals who are susceptible to plantar ulcerations. It has not, however, been studied whether these changes would be maintained long-term or if they had any effect on the ulceration rate. Additionally, no analysis of the amount of visual feedback necessary to elicit the desired motor pattern was discussed. It has been suggested that proprioception plays an integral role in the use of feedback to develop error-detection mechanisms by integrating visual feedback and kinesthetic variables. In the diabetic peripheral neuropathy subject population, proprioception and kinesthesia may be compromised. This may have effects on the ability of this population to maintain changes in inappropriate movement patterns. A significant portion of patients continue to develop plantar ulcers even with prescriptive footwear compliance, so gait training to change inappropriate patterns which result in ...
Cats suffering from proprioceptive deficits often lack the perception or spatial skills necessary to place feet, walk, or otherwise control limbs and movement. - Wag! (formerly Vetary)
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US researchers say they have developed a formula for accurately simulating softness, opening the way to create more realistic touch sensations in electronic skin, prostheses or medical robotics. Writing in the journal Science Advances, a team of engineers and psychologists from the University of California San Diego describe experiments that led to the development of equations that can calculate how soft or hard a material will feel based on material thickness, Youngs modulus (a measure of a materials stiffness), and micropatterned areas. They can also do the reverse and calculate, for example, how thick or micropatterned a material needs to be to feel a certain level of softness.. We found an explicit relationship between the perceived softness of an object and its geometric properties, the authors write. Using this approach, it is possible to design objects for human interaction with a desired level of perceived softness.. Whats interesting about this, adds Charles Dhong, who co-led ...
The present invention relates to improvements in a method of sensing a position of a movable body by directly or indirectly converting a unit movement of the movable body into digital pulse signals and an apparatus therefor. A reference position is selected at a point, at which said movable body abuts against and presses a stopper provided at a specific position within the moving range thereof. The pulse signals are counted as the movable body moves from the stopper using the reference position as a reference number. The coincidence of the number of the pulse signals counted with a first predetermined pulse number corresponding to a predetermined position is sensed so as to sense the fact that the movable body has reached a predetermined position and position sensing signals are emitted. Further, as necessary, the position sensing signals that have been emitted are sustained for the duration of a second predetermined pulse number corresponding to a predetermined stroke preset so that the position
Proprioception is a combination of balance, joint position sense, and body awareness. Part of this is derived from sensory apparatus within the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. When any of these areas are damaged, in pain or recovering from injury/surgery, the sensory apparatus are damaged and need proprioceptive stimulation to recover and do their job again. Physiotherapy treatment works to gain proprioception. Good proprioception leads to correct use of limb and body. Athletes benefit from fine tuning proprioception to help prevent injury ...
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in humans, we identified regions of cortex involved in the encoding of limb position. Tactile stimulation of the right hand, across the body midline, activated the right parietal cortex when the eyes were closed; activation shifted to a left parietofrontal network when the eyes were open. These data reveal important similarities between human and non-human primates in the network of brain areas involved in the multisensory representation of limb position.
The fine structure of a joint receptor (R10) in a spider leg (Zygiella x-notata) was examined with light and electron microscopy. The R10 receptor consists of a compact ganglion which is situated near the dorsal joint membrane of the femur/patella joint. Each of the ten sensory cells comprising the …
Regular yoga practice can improve muscle strength and endurance, joint position sense and balance and increase mobility and flexibility. It has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety as well as promoting general well-being. Recent studies into the benefits of yoga for arthritis sufferers are showing positive correlations between properly instructed gentle yoga exercise and improvements in physical and mental health and the ability to manage pain ...
We observed that anodal HD-tDCS over both M1 and AG significantly altered the reported W-time during a self-generated movement task. In both cases, the reported W-time became substantially earlier, moving from −188 ms under sham condition to −249 ms under AG stimulation (p = 0.016), and −258 ms under M1 stimulation (p , 0.009; Fig. 3A). By contrast, SMA stimulation did not significantly alter W-time (p , 0.05), and none of the stimulation conditions significantly altered the reported M-time or the reported S-time.. While we are not aware of any precedent in the literature showing that M1 modulation influenced movement intention, previous studies have shown that patients with lesions in AG report W-times that are much later than those reported by healthy subjects (Sirigu et al., 2004), and direct cortical stimulation of AG can produce conscious intention to move and even illusory movement perception (Desmurget et al., 2009). These results are consistent with our observation that enhancing ...
In this paper we analyze movable singularities of the solutions of the equation for self-similar profiles resulting from semilinear wave equation. We study local analytic solutions around two fixed singularity points of this equation- ρ = 0 and ρ = 1. The movable singularities of local analytic solutions at the origin will be connected with those of the Lane-Emden equation. The function describing approximately their position on the complex plane will be derived. For ρ , 1 some topological considerations will be presented that describe movable singularity of local analytic solution at ρ = 1. Numerical illustrations of the results will also be provided ...
Systems and related methods guide a movable electrode within an array of multiple-electrodes located within the body. The systems and methods employ the movable electrode or at least one of the multiple-electrodes on the array to generate and then sense electrical or sonic energy in a predetermined fashion to generates an output that locates the movable electrode within the array.
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In an electrical distribution apparatus a switchgear device has a fixed element disposed within a shielded region of an enclosure of the apparatus, and a movable element supported for movement between a closed position in contact with the fixed element and an open position out of contact with the fixed element. The movable element is disposed at least partially within an access region of the enclosure when in the open position. A panel is supported between the shielded and access regions, and includes a slot through which the movable element passes during movement between the closed and open positions. A barrier member is movable horizontally relative to the panel between a blocking position covering the slot and a non-blocking position exposing the slot. The barrier member prevents inadvertent contact with the fixed element through the slot and prevents movement of the movable element between the open and closed positions when in the blocking position.
A toy includes a sensor that senses a condition, a movable region, and an actuator coupled to the movable region to move the movable region in a direction relative to the sensed condition. The movable region is coupled to a body that houses electromechanical components for sensing conditions and for moving the movable region in response to the detected conditions.
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Our EMbrace Toe-Up is used to address neurological disorders that cause significant proprioceptive deficits. As a result, the dog is unable to sense the position of their limb on the ground. Knuckling is when the top of your dogs paw drags along the ground as they are walking. The EMbrace Toe-Up helps reduce dog knuckling by providing stimulation of proprioceptive nerves.
Principle Of Operation Of Jaw Crushers Solutions Jul 28 2020183 The working principle of jaw crusher is that the belt and belt pulley are driven by the motor and the movable jaw moves up and down through eccentric shaft When movable jaw moves up the angle between the toggle plate and the movable jaw becomes larger to push movable jaw towards fixed jaw and at the same time materials are.. ...
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Figure 2B quantifies perceptual performance at various stages of learning. The dependent measure for these analyses is the 50% point on the psychometric function that was obtained by fitting the curve to the set of binary responses. This is the limb position associated with the perceived left-right boundary, that is, the position on the lateral axis at which the subject responds left and right with equal probability. Figure 2B shows mean values for this perceptual measure over the course of the experiment. Perceptual estimates are seen to be similar for the two prelearning measures (labeled baseline 1 and baseline 2). The sensed position of the limb shifts following force-field training, and the changes persist following aftereffect trials.. We evaluated changes in sensed limb position as a consequence of learning by computing the perceptual shift on a per-subject basis (Fig. 2C). We computed the shift in the perceptual boundary as a difference between the final null condition estimate and the ...
A hand crimping tool includes a fixed mandrel (6), a moveable mandrel (8), and an operating mechanism (16) for the moveable mandrel (8). The operating mechanism (16) comprises a rotatable lever (18) having a cam surface (22A), which engages a cam surface (8B) on the moveable mandrel (8). The lever (18) also has a ratchet (24) engageable by a pawl (b 26). The ratchet teeth and the cam surface are formed so that the pawl (26) will only release when the cam surface (22A) has reached a predetermined position.
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Im immediately struck by the sense of nature and elemental always in her words. The importance of water and air and fire. At the same time, theres a softness and an opening, a permeability to the world and her ever-present sense that this life is a balance between wanting and allowing and remembering more clearly as each moment unfolds. As she writes so beautifully: Time is fast and fleeting. Nothing is certain. Dont let go of things that are rare and beautiful and true ...
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key-ring: A finger-ring from which projects a tongue or blade which is either fixed or movable on a hinge, and serves as the key to a lock. Such key-rings were formerly common, and were often of rich design.
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