Musculoskeletal Control and Dynamics Laboratory
Our research focuses on understanding and improving movement mechanics used during athletic and everyday maneuvers. Specifically, we are interested in (1) uncovering strategies people use to achieve the mechanical objectives of turning maneuvers and (2) developing interactive sonification as a modality of personalized biofeedback. Sonificated biofeedback conveys biomechanics metrics via sound. We are developing systems with which people can interactively “tune” music biofeedback to tune their movement strategies.