Despite the complexity of the human hand, most large-scale anthropometric data for the human hand includes minimal measurements. Anthropometric studies are expensive and time-consuming to conduct, and more efficient methods are needed to capture hand data and build large-scale civilian databases to impact product design and human factors analyses. A first of its kind large-scale 3D hand anthropometric database was the result of this study with 398 unique datasets. This database was created at minimal cost and time to researchers to improve accessibility to data and impact the design of products for hands.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - Oct 2020|
|Event||Human Factors and Ergonomic Society Conference 2020 Annual Conference - |
Duration: Oct 5 2020 → Oct 9 2020
|Conference||Human Factors and Ergonomic Society Conference 2020 Annual Conference|
|Period||10/5/20 → 10/9/20|