Clinton O. Njoku
Non-imaging method: 3D scanning.
Njoku, Clinton O.; Stewart, Arthur D.; Hume, Patria A.; Kolose, Stephven
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Patria A. Hume
Patria A. Hume
Deborah A. Kerr
Timothy R. Ackland
Three-dimensional body scanning is used to determine surface anthropometry characteristics such as body volume, segment lengths and girths. Three-dimensional scanning systems use laser, light or infrared technologies to acquire shape and software to allow manual or automatically extracted measures. Body posture during scanning is important to ensure accurate measures can be made from the images. The image vary depending on the configuration, resolution and accuracy of the scanner.
NJOKU, C.O., STEWART, A.D., HUME, P.A. and KOLOSE, S. 2018. Non-imaging method: 3D scanning. In Hume, P., Kerr, D.A. and Ackland, T.R. (eds.) Best practice protocols for physique assessment in sport. Singapore: Springer [online], chapter 7, pages 71-85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5148-1_7
|Online Publication Date||Dec 22, 2017|
|Publication Date||Jan 23, 2018|
|Deposit Date||Jun 20, 2019|
|Publicly Available Date||Jun 20, 2019|
|Publisher||Springer (part of Springer Nature)|
|Book Title||Best practice protocols for physique assessment in sport|
|Chapter Number||Chapter 7|
|Keywords||Three dimensional; Body scanning; Body volume; Segment lengths; Girths; Laser; Technologies; Shape; Body posture; Images; Configuration; Resolution; Accuracy; Scanner|
NJOKU 2018 Non-imaging method
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