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Neuromuscular Incapacitation

Neuromuscular Incapacitation or NMI, is a situation in which the individual has lost the ability to control their muscles. This is possible via electric pulse with current technology, but causes considerable discomfort to the individual. Other methods are much sought after.

Neuromuscular Incapacitation is important in full sensory simulation, because whilst the user is controlling their avatar form, you do not want their physical body flailing about copying the avatar's movements whilst the owner of that body is not paying attention to what it is doing. Such could easily result in injury outside of the simulation.

See Also: Sensory Immersion, MoCap, MoTrans

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(13/02/2013)
Doctors routinely track their patients' hand-eye coordination to monitor any neuromuscular deficits, particularly as patients age or when they are injured -- but the tests they have been using to track this kind of information may be subje...


(16/11/2008)
CoreTx is a wireless device that is intended to be used by stroke victims to help restore controlled limb movement. The basis of the system is a gyroscope array very similar to the inside of a Nintendo Wii controller. This is bracketed by a...


(01/10/2008)
One of the greater issues with development towards prolongued immersion systems is the necessity of regularly exercising muscles. Whilst it is true that for a sizable percentage of those for whom prolongued immersion in VR is desirable, hav...


(14/02/2010)
Hey guys, remember the muscle shirts we wore in our teens and 20s? After the age of 40 that meager part of our wardrobes usually is obsolete. Yes, at the big 4-0 we begin to lose muscle, and by age 80 up to a third of it may be gone. It's ...


(16/06/2008)
June 16 - 18, 2008
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

The Neural Interfaces research community consists of investigators, supported by grants or contracts, who are working in areas that include functional neuromuscular/ electrical s...