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May 9, 2022, 1:11 a.m. | Jiao Suo, Yifan Liu, Clio Cheng, Keer Wang, Meng Chen, Ho-yin Chan, Roy Vellaisamy, Ning Xi, Vivian W. O. Lou, Wen Jung Li

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Human limb motion tracking and recognition plays an important role in medical
rehabilitation training, lower limb assistance, prosthetics design for
amputees, feedback control for assistive robots, etc. Lightweight wearable
sensors, including inertial sensors, surface electromyography sensors, and
flexible strain/pressure, are promising to become the next-generation human
motion capture devices. Herein, we present a wireless wearable device
consisting of a sixteen-channel flexible sponge-based pressure sensor array to
recognize various human lower limb motions by detecting contours on the human
skin caused …

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