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Errors between the Perceived Toe Height and Actual Toe Height
Journal of the Society of Biomechanisms
This study focused on the features of the perceived foot heights which could be a factor of the risk of tripping during walking. We measured and evaluate the errors between the perceived foot heights and actual foot heights. Ten young adults, whose lower visual fields were occluded, were asked to adjust their toe height to the height of the target test-piece that placed on the floor 3[m] ahead of them. Once they felt that their toe height was appropriately matched to the target height, thedoi:10.3951/sobim.37.121 fatcat:yozqsb7w4revlor6zp63tdjowa