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What is Biomechanics?

Biomechanics is a subcategory of bioengineering which focuses on the study of biological systems; structure, function, and motion related to its mechanical properties. From the organism to cellular levels.


Specific application to human movement biomechanics, the science utilizes a variety of technologies to better understand the mechanical principles acting internally and externally on a biological system. Some of those technologies are: Motion Capture, Force plates, EMG, Strain gauges, and IMUs


DARI’s core is built to be a best in class technology that allows for quicker collection of information regarding the biomechanical factor's influence on the biological system (the human body)

To learn more about biomechanics click here:

https://isbweb.org/


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