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Recent studies have reported a greater prevalence of spin turns, which are more unstable than step turns, in older adults compared to young adults in laboratory settings. Currently, turning strategies

Recent studies have reported a greater prevalence of spin turns, which are more unstable than step turns, in older adults compared to young adults in laboratory settings. Currently, turning strategies can only be identified through visual observation, either in-person or through video. This paper presents two unique methods and their combination to remotely monitor turning behavior using three uniaxial gyroscopes.

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    • 2015-05-06
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/s150510676
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      1424-8220

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    Fino, P., Frames, C., & Lockhart, T. (2015). Classifying Step and Spin Turns Using Wireless Gyroscopes and Implications for Fall Risk Assessments. Sensors, 15(5), 10676-10685. doi:10.3390/s150510676

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