Movement sensor’s feedback acts as physical therapist
|Kindle, left, attaches sensor to study participant’s arm.|
PULLMAN, Wash. – Brooks Kindle sits at his desk to demonstrate the simple stretch he has used all summer to collect data. He has divided the stretch into four parts: lowering his forearm to the desk, raising it back into the air, lowering it again and finally sitting back in his chair.
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“When I started a few months ago, I heard data mining and thought, ‘what’s that?’ It was a struggle to learn what it meant and how to do it, but I’ve definitely become more knowledgeable about it,” he said.