The purpose of this study is to confirm whether the single IMU sensor module(LGE developing and providing for the experiments) that attached to the pelvis can distinguish the motion of the sub-techniques (V1, V2, V2A) with the accuracy of commercial XSENS(equipment consisting of 17 sensors) in freestyle(skate) xc skiing. Therefore, one elite male xc skier with eleven years experience was investigated by measuring the three-directional rotation angle for each of the three sub-techniques used in XC ski freestyle. Through this method, we could found not only the difference of motion patterns of each sub-techniques but also the possibility for replacement of multiple sensor system by a single IMU sensor module from LGE. Thus, it is expected that a single LGE IMU sensor module could be applied to repetitive and periodic sports such as XC ski.
New Investigator Award
Lee, Sang yup; Kim, Jin hae; Kim, Hye young; Jang, Young jae; Xiong, Shuping; Kim, Jin hyuk; Guo, Liang jie; Ko, Yul; Jeong, Chi hwan; and Lee, Chae deok
"THE POSSIBILITY OF CLASSIFYING V1 AND V2 SUB-TECHNIQUES OF A SINGLE IMU SENSOR THROUGH COMPARISON OF MOTION-SPECIFIC DATA(PITCH, YAW AND ROLL ANGLE VALUES-ORIENTATION ANGLE VALUE) IN XC SKI,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 36
, Article 96.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol36/iss1/96