Single-Support Stance and VR Implementation as Visual Perturbation In Human Balance Assessment
Human controls their balance through variety of sensors and one of it is visual input. Previous study found that the visual proprioceptive information is more potent than the nonvisual. In this research, authors conducted an experiment on the implementation virtual reality (VR) as visual perturbation combined with single-support stance to distort human's balance. This research focused on the single-support stance where subject stood on their dominant leg during the experiment with VR goggle.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Santoso, Markus and Phillips, David, "Single-Support Stance and VR Implementation as Visual Perturbation In Human Balance Assessment" (2019). Department of Exercise Science and Physical Education Scholarship and Creative Works. 62.