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Motion analysis: wearable sensors versus laboratory

Interview with Prof. Stephan Odenwald, Professorship of Sports Equipment & Technology, Institute of Lightweight Structures, Chemnitz University of Technology

17/03/2021

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Prof. Stephan Odenwald

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Sensors integrated into the sole of a running shoe would be advantageous since they could collect real-life data from training or competition instead data from motion analysis laboratories.

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