Abstract

A review of known methods for monitoring human posture is conducted, and the requirements for the optoelectronic equipment involved in mass monitoring are formulated. A technique for selecting the equipment system and an algorithm for processing the data obtained through posture monitoring are proposed. The results of the experiment are evaluated.

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