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The Laboratory for the Study and Simulation of Human Movement at George Mason University is devoted to research on developing new instrumentation and combining existing instrumentation in new ways to measure human movement.

The laboratory enables faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates at George Mason University, as well as other universities and agencies, to participate in the exploration of human movement study, with the purpose of developing minimally intrusive, wireless data capture methodology to measure human motion and designing computer displays and graphic-user interfaces from which to model and simulate human motion.


  • (07/01/12) People Page Updated (Read More...)
  • (07/01/12) Publications Updated (Read More...)
  • (06/26/12) Our Laboratory Welcomes the Bright Minds of Tomorrow, Sinead and Petar, Over the Summer!
  • (03/14/12) Traumatic Brain Injury Data Collection Completed (Read More...)
  • (04/04/11) CNRM Presentation (Read More...)
  • (03/25/11) CHHS Research Day (Read More...)
  • (03/21/11) TBI Group Visit (Read More...)
  • (02/28/11) Article in Washington Post (Read More...)
  • (02/24/11) NVTC University Technology Exhibition (Read More...)
  • (11/03/10) GMU Celebration of Achievements (Read More...)
  • (06/29/10) Ed Lawson Successfully Defended his Doctoral Thesis
  • (05/21/10) Optotrak Certus Added to Lab (Read More...)
  • (04/10/10) CNRM Presentation (Read More...)
  • (10/30/09) TBI Group Visits the Lab (Read More...)
  • (10/26/09) Laboratory Demonstrations (Read More...)
  • (10/02/09) Engineering Building Dedication (Read More...)
  • (08/12/09) Dr. Park Visits the Lab (Read More...)
  • (07/02/09) Dr. Sonies Vists the Lab (Read More...)
  • (05/17/09) Taste of Arlington Event (Read More...)
  • (04/25/09) Website Updated
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