Items where SHU Author is "Choppin, Simon"
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PROBST, H, CHOPPIN, S, HARRISON, M and GOYAL, A (2015). The development of a low cost 3D surface imaging system to measure breast volume: defining minimum standards using an adapted Delphi consensus study. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, 68 (12), 1770-1772.
CLARKSON, S, WHEAT, J, HELLER, B and CHOPPIN, S (2015). Assessment of a Microsoft Kinect-based 3D scanning system for taking body segment girth measurements : a comparison to ISAK and ISO standards. Journal of Sports Sciences, 1-9. (In Press)
SCHORAH, David, CHOPPIN, Simon and JAMES, David (2015). Effects of moment of inertia on restricted motion swing speed. Sports Biomechanics, 14 (2), 157-167.
ALLEN, Tom, CHOPPIN, Simon and KNUDSON, Diane (2015). A review of tennis racket performance parameters. Sports Engineering. (In Press)
CHOPPIN, Simon, LANE, Ben and WHEAT, Jonathan (2014). The accuracy of the Microsoft Kinect in joint angle measurement. Sports Technology, 7 (1-2), 98-105.
WHEAT, J S, HIGHAM, D, CLARKSON, S and CHOPPIN, S (2014). A depth camera-based system for estimating cyclist-bike projected frontal area. Journal of Science and Cycling, 3 (2/3), p. 72.
WHEAT, Jonathan, CHOPPIN, Simon and GOYAL, A. (2014). Development and assessment of a Microsoft Kinect based system for imaging the breast in three dimensions. Medical Engineering and Physics, 36 (6), 732-738.
SCHORAH, Dave, CHOPPIN, Simon and JAMES, David (2014). Effect of moment of inertia and physical profile on restricted motion swing speed. Procedia Engineering, 72, 593-598.
ELLIOTT, Nathan, CHOPPIN, Simon, GOODWILL, Simon and ALLEN, Tom (2014). Markerless tracking of tennis racket motion using a camera. Procedia Engineering, 72, 344-349.
CHOPPIN, Simon (2013). Calculating football drag profiles from simulated trajectories. Sports Engineering, 16 (3), 189-194.
CHOPPIN, Simon (2013). An investigation into the power point in tennis. Sports Engineering, 16 (3), 173-180.
CHOPPIN, Simon and WHEAT, Jonathan (2013). The potential of the Microsoft Kinect in sports analysis and biomechanics. Sports Technology, 6 (2), 78-85.
SCHORAH, D, CHOPPIN, S and JAMES, D (2012). Investigating the relationship between swing weight and swing speed across different sports using historical data. Procedia engineering, 34, 766-771.
ALLEN, Tom, FOSTER, Leon, CARRÉ, Matt and CHOPPIN, Simon (2012). Characterising the impact performance of field hockey sticks. Sports Engineering, 15 (4), 221-226.
CHOPPIN, S B. and KELLEY, John (2010). Generating football Cd profiles without a wind tunnel. Procedia engineering, 2 (2), 2449-2454.
KELLEY, John, CHOPPIN, S. B., GOODWILL, S. R. and HAAKE, Steve (2010). Validation of a live, automatic ball velocity and spin rate finder in tennis. Procedia engineering, 2 (2), 2967-2972.
HAAKE, S J, GOODWILL, S R and CHOPPIN, S (2010). Investigations into the effect of grip tightness on off-centre forehand strikes in tennis. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, 224 (4), 249-257.
KELLEY, John (2014). A camera calibration method for a hammer throw analysis tool. In: JAMES, David, CHOPPIN, Simon, ALLEN, Tom and FLEMMING, Paul, (eds.) The Engineering of Sport 10. Procedia Engineering, 10 (72). Elsevier, 74-79.
HENDERSON, A, LAI, D and ALLEN, T (2014). A modern approach to determine the offside law in international football. In: JAMES, David, CHOPPIN, Simon, ALLEN, Tom, WHEAT, Jonathan and FLEMING, Paul, (eds.) The engineering of sport. Procedia engineering, 10 (72). Elsevier, 138-143.
CHOPPIN, S., GOODWILL, S., HAAKE, S. and MILLER, S. (2008). Ball and racket movements recorded at the 2006 wimbledon qualifying tournament. In: ESTIVALET, M. and BRISSON, P., (eds.) The engineering of sport 7. Springer, 563-569.
CHOPPIN, S., GOODWILL, S. R., HAAKE, S. J. and MILLER, S. (2007). 3D player testing at the Wimbledon qualifying tournament. In: MILLER, S. and CAPEL-DAVIES, J., (eds.) Tennis science and technology 3. International tennis federation, 333-340.
CHOPPIN, S., GOODWILL, S., HAAKE, S. J. and MILLER, S. (2007). 3D player testing results from the Wimbledon qualifying tournament. In: MILLER, S. and CAPEL-DAVIES , J., (eds.) Tennis science and technology 3. International tennis federation, 341-348.
HAAKE, S. J., CHOPPIN, S., ALLEN, T. and GOODWILL, S. (2007). The evolution of the tennis racket and its effect on serve speed. In: MILLER, S. and CAPEL-DAVIES, J., (eds.) Tennis science and technology 3. International Tennis Federation, 257-271.
CHOPPIN, S., GOODWILL, S. R. and HAAKE, S. J. (2006). 3D player testing in tennis. In: MORITZ, E. F. and HAAKE, S., (eds.) The engineering of sport 6. Springer, 385-390.
CHOPPIN, S., WHYLD, N. M., GOODWILL, S. R. and HAAKE, S. J. (2005). 3D impact analysis in tennis. In: Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Congress on Sports Technology. Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 385-390.
Conference or Workshop Item
CLARKSON, Sean, WHEAT, Jonathan, HELLER, Ben and CHOPPIN, Simon (2014). Assessing the suitability of the Microsoft Kinect for calculating person specific body segment parameters. In: 4th IEEE Workshop on Consumer Depth Cameras for Computer Vision, Zurich, Switzerland, 6th Septmber 2014.
CLARKSON, Sean, WHEAT, Jonathan, HELLER, Ben, WEBSTER, J and CHOPPIN, Simon (2013). Distortion correction of depth data from consumer depth cameras. In: 3D Body Scanning Conference, Los Angeles, November.
CLARKSON, S, CHOPPIN, S, HART, J, HELLER, B and WHEAT, J (2012). Calculating body segment inertia parameters from a single rapid scan using the Microsoft Kinect. In: 3rd International Conference on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 16-17 October 2012.
CHOPPIN, Simon and WHEAT, Jonathan (2012). Marker-less tracking of human movement using Microsoft Kinect. In: 30th Annual Conference of Biomechanics in Sports, Melbourne Australia, 2-6 July 2012.
DOMONE, Sarah, WHEAT, Jonathan, CHOPPIN, Simon, HAMILTON, Nick and HELLER, Ben (2012). Wavelet based de-noising of non-stationary kinematic signals. In: 30th Annual Conference of Biomechanics in Sports, Melbourne, Australia, 2-6 July 2012.