Ken Chen

College of Engineering

2023 journal article

Task-Oriented and Imitation-Oriented Movements in Virtual Reality Exercise Performance and Design

HUMAN FACTORS, 65(1), 125–136.

By: K. Chen n & K. Chen n

author keywords: virtual environment; practice and motivation; electromyography (EMG); motion tracking
MeSH headings : Humans; Exergaming; Imitative Behavior; Shoulder / physiology; Upper Extremity / physiology; Movement / physiology; Electromyography
TL;DR: Compared to imitation-oriented practice, task- oriented practice elicited more intensive shoulder movements and muscular efforts but also induced greater movement variations, which may help guide the design of future VREs. (via Semantic Scholar)
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