Items where SHU Author is "Wheat, Jonathan"
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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.
MARTINEZ, L M, ORTH, D, DAVIDS, Keith, WHEAT, Jonathan, SEIFERT, L, LIUKKONEN, J, JAAKKOLA, T, ASHFORD, D and KERR, G (2013). The role of textured material in supporting perceptual-motor functions. PLoS ONE, 8 (4), e60349.
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.
DUNN, Marcus, WHEAT, Jonathan, MILLER, Stuart, HAAKE, Steve and GOODWILL, Simon (2012). Reconstructing 2D planar coordinates using linear and nonlinear techniques. 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.
OUTRAM, Thomas Andrew, DOMONE, Sarah and WHEAT, Jonathan (2012). The reliabiliy of trunk segment inertial parameter estimates made from geometric models. In: 30th Annual Conference of Biomechanics in Sports, Melbourne Australia, 2-6 July 2012.
WHEAT, Jonathan, HADDAD, J and SCAIFE, Robert (2012). Between-day reliability of time-to-contact measures used to assess postural stability. Gait & Posture, 35 (2), 345-347.
BARNES, Andrew, WHEAT, Jonathan and MILNER, Clare E (2011). Fore-and rearfoot kinematics in high- and low-arched individuals during running. Foot and Ankle International, 32 (7), 710-716.
HADDAD , J. M., VAN EMMERIK, R. E. A., WHEAT, J. S., HAMILL, J. and SNAPP-CHILDS, W. (2010). Relative phase coordination analysis in the assessment of dynamic gait symmetry. Journal of applied biomechanics, 26 (1), 109-113.
BARNES, A., WHEAT, J. and MILNER, C. E. (2010). Use of gait sandals for measuring rearfoot and shank motion during running. Gait & posture, 32 (1), 133-135.
WHEAT, J., HELLER, B. and LOVICK, S. (2009). Computerised games for balance training: a pilot study on collegiate females. In: ESTIVALET, M. and BRISSON, P., (eds.) The engineering of sport 7. Springer, 687-696.
HADDAD, J. M., EMMERIK, R. E. A., WHEAT, J. S. and HAMILL, J. (2008). Developmental changes in the dynamical structure of postural sway during a precision fitting task. Experimental brain research, 190 (4), 431-441.
HELLER, B., WHEAT, J. S., MAWSON, S. and WRIGHT, P. (2008). Second lives for the third age: using virtual worlds to encourage exercise participation in older people. In: ESTIVALET, M. and BRISSON, P., (eds.) The engineering of sport 7. Springer, 191-198.
BARNES, A., WHEAT, J. and MILNER, C. (2007). Association between foot type and tibial stress injuries: a systematic review. British journal of sports medicine, 42 (2), 93-98.
BARTLETT, R., WHEAT, J. and ROBINS, M. (2007). Is movement variability important for sports biomechanists? Sports biomechanics, 6 (2), 224-243.
WHEAT, J. S., VERNON, T. and MILNER, C. E. (2007). The measurement of upper body alignment during the golf drive. Journal of sports sciences, 25 (7), 749-755.
WHEAT, J. S. and GLAZIER, P. S. (2005). Measuring coordination and variability in coordination. In: DAVIDS, K., BENNETT, S. and NEWELL, K., (eds.) Movement system variability. Human kinetics, 167-181.
GLAZIER, P., WHEAT, J. S., PEASE, D. L. and BARTLETT, R. M. (2005). The interface between biomechanics and motor control: dynamic systems theory and the functional role of movement variability. In: DAVIDS, K., BENNETT, S. and NEWELL, K., (eds.) Movement system variability. Human kinetics, 49-69.