The Neuromechanics and Ergonomics Lab
Mike leads the Neuromechanics and Ergonomics Lab at Brock University. The lab has an upper extremity and neuromechanical control focus. The lab aims to better understand the link between muscle recruitment, control and mechanics of the hand and forearm during workplace related tasks.
The Neuromechanics and Ergonomics lab at Brock University offers ~1700 sq feet of space and features state-of-the-art biomechanics, neurophysiology and ergonomics hardware and software, including:
- 2 – 8 channel Bortec AMT-8 EMG systems with an extended bandwidth for fine-wire EMG (www.bortec.ca)
Analogue to Digital (A/D)
- Cambridge Electronic Design (Power 1401) data acquisition
- National Instruments A/D – NI USB-6363 – 32 Channel
- Vicon Lock + 64 channel
- Visual 3D
Images of our Equipment, Studies & Lab!
Scroll through some of the images taken from our research projects. This is work from the Holmes Lab and via other collaborations.