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Piezoelectric sensors can be used , but what if I wanted to use something less expensive?
Hi there!Oh, like maybe something embedded in the runner's shoes? I think that's been done. That won't tell you anything about the knee and hip positions and so on. Is that what you intend?
I would like some kind of a piezoresistive or piezoelectric sensor that's large enough? (Or maybe I could use some extra supports ) I also have a problem with the size of a single sensor since I have a limited number of them that I can actually use.Hi there!
So I'm supposed to make something similar to this
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