2002 journal article

Effects of notebook computer configuration and task on user biomechanics, productivity, and comfort


By: C. Sommerich n, H. Starr n, C. Smith n & C. Shivers n

author keywords: portable computer; laptop computer; notebook computer; ergonomics; biomechanics; pointing device
TL;DR: Results were generally consistent with the hypothesis, though some biomechanical advantages were identified for each configuration; specifics and exceptions are discussed, along with reasons for a general recommendation for the use of an external mouse, or mouse and keyboard when using a notebook computer for an extended period of time. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2001 journal article

The use of mirrors during an assembly task: a study of ergonomics and productivity

Ergonomics, 44(2), 215–228.

By: T. Lutz n, H. Starr n, C. Smith n, A. Stewart n, M. Monroe n, S. Joines n, G. Mirka n

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Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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