Sports Biomechanics
Vijay Kumar Singh, Vishal Phonde, Vishal Gurudasani, Jyoti Madake, Sourjadip Pramanik, Vaibhav Kadam
Biomechanics, Galvanic, Depolarization, ESP32, Polymer
Biomechanics is the study of the structure, functionality, and motion of mechanical components in biological systems. Biomechanics is responsible for researching the internal structure, function, and movement of living things in order to perform certain tasks and interact with the physics of the environment. In this study, a prototype for a wearable body component that may transmit significant vital sign data is proposed. For biomechanical research, movement instruction, sports instruction, ergonomics lessons, and other uses, it captures natural movement. It makes it possible to consider the connections and interactions that different systems, components, and organs have with one another in order to examine how the functional structure of the human body functions. Nerve terminals in various body parts are used to calculate the proper biomechanical parameters.
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Unique Paper ID: 157387

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 787 - 792
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