2018 Biomechanics in Action

The 2018 Biomechanics in Action is constantly adding new content, please come back and check in often.

There are many different and exciting areas of biomechanics! Check out some of these below!

We will collect biomechanics videos over the coming months and display them on this page.

Please visit and re-visit us when you can to see new additions.

Biomechanical Engineering
STEM Education through Biomechanics
Sport Biomechanics
Biomechanical Technology
Clinical Biomechanics
Animal Biomechanics
Human Locomotion
Biomechanics in Art
Biomechanical Models & Robotics
Biomechanical Imaging and Material Testing
The Poetry of Biomechanics

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Biomechanical Engineering

Engineering Your Future – Biomechanical Engineer

Biomechanical Engineering

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STEM Education through Biomechanics

4th Family Science of the Slam

2017 Science of the Slam

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Sport Biomechanics

Nike – NSRL Overview of Sport Science

ASMI – ESPN Sport Science – UCL injury & Tommy John surgery

U.S. Figure Skaters undergo University of Delaware biomechanics testing

Motion Capture application for sports bra design!

 

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Biomechanical Technology

IMeasureU – Using wearable sensors to improve athletic performance

IMU Outdoor Running Task

Xsens – Real-time ergonomics analysis

IRES Self Paced Running

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Clinical Biomechanics

Finger Force Hybrid Motion Capture

Hand Writing Hybrid Motion Capture

Butterfly graphs from Dr. Ahsan’s Group

Self Paced Walking

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Animal Biomechanics

Motion Capture: Santa’s new reindeer dog

Human Locomotion

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Biomechanics in Art

Bungie’s Destiny – behind the scenes, in the motion capture volume.

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Biomechanical Models & Robotics

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Biomechanical Imaging and Material Testing

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The Poetry of Biomechanics

Biomechanics Haiku For You From BiomechMax:

Biomechanics
The best science today
It explains movement

Please submit any Biomechanics poetry you may have to: devitap@ecu.edu

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