The Neuromechanics and Ergonomics LAB

The Neuromechanics and Ergonomics lab at Brock University offers ~1500 sq feet of space and features state-of-the-art biomechanics, robotics, neurophysiology and ergonomics hardware and software, including:

Motion Capture


  • 3 – 8 channel (24 channels total) Bortec AMT-8 EMG systems with an extended bandwidth for fine-wire EMG
  • Delsys Trigno (mix of Quattro and Galileo Sensors)

Force Measurement


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
  • Matlab
  • Labview
  • Spike2
  • Vibration Analysis ToolSet with Hand-Arm vibration analysis
  • Theia

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.