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OpenArm 1.0
This package contains the first iteration of the OpenArm data set, a set of full volumetric scans of the human arm collected using ultrasound and motion capture. Data are factorial under multiple elbow angles and loading conditions, and thus allow for separable analysis of force- and configuration-associated muscle deformation.
OpenArm 1.0
Nov 28, 2018

If you use this data set for academic purposes, please cite the following publication: Laura Hallock, Akira Kato, and Ruzena Bajcsy. "Empirical quantification and modeling of muscle deformation: Toward ultrasound-driven assistive device control." In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). IEEE, 2018.Notes  View License

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Nov 28, 2018
This release contains full volumetric data of the arm for three subjects (Sub1, Sub2, and Sub3) under 20 force and elbow angle conditions. A subset of nine Sub1 scans are annotated with the full visible volumes of the humerus and biceps brachii, as well as sections of the ulna, radius, deltoid, brachialis, and brachioradialis. See release notes above for further information and the associated publication for a full description of data collection methodology.