Quantifying Children’s Posture in the Rear Seat: A Naturalistic Study (Multiple Year Project)

Principal Investigator: Kristy Arbogast, PhD, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

The goal of the research is to develop data analysis strategies to identify postural triggers in the video data such that an analysis could be directed to a specific epoch in the video stream where the child is sub-optimally positioned; the primary analytical objective is to quantify how often and to what degree the child occupant is in a non-ideal position. 

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