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A On-site Monitoring Device of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorder Risk Based on 3D-Camera
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 Title & Authors
A On-site Monitoring Device of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorder Risk Based on 3D-Camera
Loh, Byoung Gook;
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 Abstract
A 3D camera-based on-site work-related musculoskeletal disorder risk assessment(WMDs) tool has been developed. The device consists of Kinect a 3D camera manufactured by Microsoft, a servo-motor, and a mobile robot. To complement inherent narrow field of view(FOV) of Kinect, Kinect is rotated according to PID servo-control algorithm by a servo-motor attached underneath, to track movement of a subject, producing skeleton-based motion data. With servo-control, full 360 degrees tracking of a test subject is possible by single Kinect. It was found from experimental tests that the proposed device can be successfully employed for on-site WMDs risk assessing tool.
 Keywords
work-related musculoskeletal disorder;3D camera;Kinect;tilt angle;risk assessment;
 Language
English
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