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The following section will provide an overview of the advances in motion analysis and where appropriate, will provide examples of their application within musical performance.

Within biomechanics, arguably the most common and widely accepted methods of motion capture are camera-based optoelectronic systems. As this technology has advanced, so has the ability to study movements in greater detail. Throughout the latter part of the 20th century the majority of motion capture was applied to analysis of gait. Walking could be simplified into a two-dimensional (2D) perspective. Providing information from the sagittal plane allowed study of the primary components of gait, i.e., hip and knee flexion/extension and foot dorsiflexion/plantar flexion. The assumption that gait can be simplified into a 2D perspective obviously affects the accuracy of the measurement. In simplifying to two-dimensions, any third-dimensional rotations are lost; rotations are often affected during injury and impairment and omitting these characteristics limits useful measurement.

However, due to the complex anatomy and vast movement potential within the upper limb (Bernstein’s redundancy), methods of motion capture are required to be comprehensive, three-dimensional (3D) and versatile. Until recently, camera-based motion analysis of the distal upper limb, namely the wrist and hands, were limited ( Metcalf, 2008 ); thus giving rise to alternative methods of motion capture, with inherent benefits and limitations.

Glove-based systems allow analysis of movements that may otherwise be occluded using camera-based technology. However the accuracy of glove-based systems has been shown to vary greatly. Overall average errors of 11°; have been reported when compared to computed tomography (CT; Leomie Anderson x SWEAR White Swear tiEDTaSos
), which are higher than figures shown for goniometry of the hand; the gold standard for clinical-based joint range of motion measurement (7–9°; Ellis et al., 1997 ; Ellis and Bruton, 2002 ). Errors at specific joints varied from 1 to 23°, generally increasing in more distal joints, specifically the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint (9–23° error), which limits interpretation of any results ( Buffi et al., 2011 ). The technical rationale behind such errors is probably due to the technology that underpins these systems. The resistive flex sensors are placed in the glove on the dorsal aspect of the hand. Movement of the glove material, and therefore the sensors, is independent of the underlying joints, therefore increasing the potential for measurement error. In optical marker-based motion capture, there is always an error due to skin movement. In glove-based systems, this error is compounded due to the additional movement of the glove material. In addition to being less accurate than optical motion capture systems, glove-based systems can, by their very nature, impede movement of the joints, just as when wearing a normal glove.

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JOHN says

THE PAST TWO DAYS I HAVE FELT NUMBNESS IN MY RIGHT HAND. MAINLY IN MY PINKY FINGER CONTINUING DOWN INTO THE FATTY PART OF MY RIGHT HAND. I DO HAVE A DESK JOB AND SIT FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME IF THAT MATTERS AT ALL. SOMETIMES I THINK THE NUMBNESS GOES AWAY AND OTHER TIMES I FEEL THE NUMBNESS. I DO DEFINETLY HAVE NUMBNESS BUT OTHER TIMES I THINK ITS ALL IN MY HEAD IF THAT MAKES ANY SENSE. ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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You might be resting your wrist on your work desk in such a way that it is compressing the ulnar nerve slightly. I would see if you can rig up your office set up so that you are not resting your wrists while typing.

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Sami N. says

I just started feeling little tingly in left hand. The pinky and a bit of my ring finger. My elbow as well as hand under pinky area also have that tingly sensation. Will this heal on its own? And I only feel it at night. Please help I’m worried. Thank you.

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You are probably sleeping with the elbow bent too much. Try to avoid doing that. If you lessen the strain on the nerve it may take a week or two to go away. If it does not get any better I would reach out to your doctor and get it checked out.

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Bridget says

Recently, I’ve just been watching Netflix or YouTube on my phone and my pinky and ring finger in the left hand will start to tingle. At first, I thought it was just the positioning so I tried holding my phone the same way as before and nothing happened. So I went back to my left hand. Every single time I hold my phone with my left hand (I write with my right) my pinky will tingle. Today, my pinky went completely numb for about ten minutes until moved it and shook it for about five minutes. The numbness went all the way down to my wrist, but the wrist and ring finger numbness went away in about three minutes but my pinky would not go away. I’m not really sure what to do about this. Today was the first time it went completely numb, but the tingling has gone on for about a two weeks now. Please respond; thank you.

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A new breed of video and audio manipulation tools allow for the creation of realistic looking news footage, like the now infamous fake Obama speech

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In an age of Photoshop, filters and social media, many of us are used to seeing manipulated pictures – subjects become slimmer and smoother or, in the case of Snapchat, transformed into puppies.

However, there’s a new breed of video and audio manipulation tools, made possible by advances in artificial intelligence and computer graphics, that will allow for the creation of realistic looking footage of public figures appearing to say, well, anything. Trump declaring his proclivity for water sports. Hillary Clinton describing the stolen children she keeps locked in her wine cellar. Tom Cruise finally admitting what we suspected all along … that he’s a Brony .

This is the future of fake news. We’ve long been told not to believe everything we read, but soon we’ll have to question everything we see and hear as well.

For now, there are several research teams working on capturing and synthesizing different visual and and audio elements of human behavior.

Software developed at Stanford University is able to manipulate video footage of public figures to allow a second person to put words in their mouth – in real time. Face2Face captures the second person’s facial expressions as they talk into a webcam and then morphs those movements directly onto the face of the person in the original video. The research team demonstrated their technology by puppeteering videos of George W Bush, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump .

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On its own, Face2Face is a fun plaything for creating memes and entertaining late night talk show hosts . However, with the addition of a synthesized voice, it becomes more convincing – not only does the digital puppet look like the politician, but it can also sound like the politician.

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