Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.

This work presents a system for strengthening upper limbs in chil-dren through an teractive videogame system and the use of myoelectric mus-cle sensors. The system allows the acquisition of myoelectric signals taken by electrodes placed in the muscles of interest so they are sent to the computer to...

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Main Authors: López Silva, Victoria Monserrath, Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés
Other Authors: Pilatasig, Marco
Published: Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE. Extensión Latacunga. Carrera de Ingeniería en Electrónica e Instrumentación. 2018
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Online Access:http://repositorio.espe.edu.ec/handle/21000/14479
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spelling ir-:21000-144792018-06-15T08:13:51Z Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children. López Silva, Victoria Monserrath Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés Pilatasig, Marco FORTALECIMIENTO MÚSCULAR SISTEMA INTERACTIVO SENSOR MICROELÉCTRICO SENSACIÓN MUSCULAR UNIDAD 3D This work presents a system for strengthening upper limbs in chil-dren through an teractive videogame system and the use of myoelectric mus-cle sensors. The system allows the acquisition of myoelectric signals taken by electrodes placed in the muscles of interest so they are sent to the computer to be visualized in the virtual interface. Several virtual interfaces were developed in the Unity 3D graphical e ngine in which the de gree of difficulty of the video-game can be selected as well as the muscle affectation and the duration of the repetitions of each exercise. User personal data is stored in a data sheet. The da-ta transmission is carried out using Bluetooth wireless technology in charge of establishing a reliable and real -time communication. Tests were performed on 5 users (3 boys and 2 girls) with ages between 6 to 12 years, and the SUS usabil-ity test was applied with results (84.5 ± 0.62), which allows to determine that the system has a good acceptance to be used in muscle strengthening. ESPE-EL 2018-06-14T22:05:47Z 2018-06-14T22:05:47Z 2018-06 López Silva, Victoria Monserrath. Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés (2018) Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children. Carrera de Ingeniería Electrónica e Instrumentación. Departamento de Eléctrica y Electrónica. Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE. Extensión Latacunga. ENI-0420 http://repositorio.espe.edu.ec/handle/21000/14479 eng openAccess Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE. Extensión Latacunga. Carrera de Ingeniería en Electrónica e Instrumentación.
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topic FORTALECIMIENTO MÚSCULAR
SISTEMA INTERACTIVO
SENSOR MICROELÉCTRICO
SENSACIÓN MUSCULAR
UNIDAD 3D
spellingShingle FORTALECIMIENTO MÚSCULAR
SISTEMA INTERACTIVO
SENSOR MICROELÉCTRICO
SENSACIÓN MUSCULAR
UNIDAD 3D
López Silva, Victoria Monserrath
Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés
Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
description This work presents a system for strengthening upper limbs in chil-dren through an teractive videogame system and the use of myoelectric mus-cle sensors. The system allows the acquisition of myoelectric signals taken by electrodes placed in the muscles of interest so they are sent to the computer to be visualized in the virtual interface. Several virtual interfaces were developed in the Unity 3D graphical e ngine in which the de gree of difficulty of the video-game can be selected as well as the muscle affectation and the duration of the repetitions of each exercise. User personal data is stored in a data sheet. The da-ta transmission is carried out using Bluetooth wireless technology in charge of establishing a reliable and real -time communication. Tests were performed on 5 users (3 boys and 2 girls) with ages between 6 to 12 years, and the SUS usabil-ity test was applied with results (84.5 ± 0.62), which allows to determine that the system has a good acceptance to be used in muscle strengthening.
author2 Pilatasig, Marco
author_facet Pilatasig, Marco
López Silva, Victoria Monserrath
Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés
author López Silva, Victoria Monserrath
Zambrano Amores, Pablo Andrés
author_sort López Silva, Victoria Monserrath
title Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
title_short Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
title_full Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
title_fullStr Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
title_full_unstemmed Artículo Científico. Interactive System Using Myoelectric Muscle Sensors for the Strengthening Upper Limbs in Children.
title_sort artículo científico. interactive system using myoelectric muscle sensors for the strengthening upper limbs in children.
publisher Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE. Extensión Latacunga. Carrera de Ingeniería en Electrónica e Instrumentación.
publishDate 2018
url http://repositorio.espe.edu.ec/handle/21000/14479
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