Biomechanical Design
Biomechanical Design Where humans and machines intersect, Biomechanical Design provides solutions that allow the biological systems and mechanical systems to function effectively together. Accordingly, one facet of Biomechanical Design is to investigate human movement, human perception and human control characteristics. Another facet is to design user-friendly, intuitive technologies based on an understanding of these characteristics. Learning from biological systems Biomechanical systems are t
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