Full body motion data of subjects performing skydiving maneuvers
datasetposted on 19.09.2019 by anna shmaglit
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This data is used for on-going research in the field of Kinesiology. The objective is to develop a novel kinesthetic training method for mastering body flight: the skill of maneuvering in free-fall. Each .dat file contains data recorded at 240 Hz in an experiment (in free-fall or wind tunnel) with subjects possessing different skill levels, as reflected in the file name. The data includes inertial positions of 23 body segments, as well as their positions relative to a parent segment and inertial orientation expressed by quaternions. The data was recorded with the XSens motion tracking suit.