Optical fiber curvature sensor for measuring body motion and its adhesive method

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An adhesive method for an optical fiber curvature sensor results in a sensor having improved sensitivity for measuring body motions such as motions of fingers, arms, or legs, and in particular that is capable of measuring both a curving direction and degree of curvature of a subject simultaneously, even for variable surface areas such as those of the waist or shoulders. The method is carried out by adhering an optical fiber to a subject in a curved state.
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KAIST
Country
US (United States)
Issue Date
2005-09-06
Application Date
2001-07-26
Application Number
09912357
Registration Date
2005-09-06
Registration Number
6940062
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/233822
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