AMEDA2 quickly and easily allows the assessment of the model of our body in space created by our brain to coordinate and control our movements. This model is constantly changing and is influenced by factors such as our activity levels and injury history.

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This is important, for example, in talent identification in sports, as a measure of recovery following injury, and as we age in assessing our risk of falling. The critical novel addition is the assessment of previously unmeasurable components of human balance, including measurement of human exteroceptive inefficiency and discrimination of visual and vestibular contributions.

Lead Institute

University of Canberra

Team Members

  • Braden McGrath
  • Gordon Waddington

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