Dear all,

sorry for asking this elementary question: in most posturography papers I
read that participants were standing barefoot on a force plate. the force
plates i know are made of steel, making the contact of the bare feet
uncomfortably cold (some studies have trials of 30 minutes... maybe the
metal warms up over the time .

does anyone have a solution to this, e.g. a cover (linoleum) for the force
plate? would this affect the measurement? i plan to record quiet standing
CoP fluctuations.

Thanks, Julius Verrel

Julius Verrel
Center for Lifespan Psychology
MPI for Human Development
Lentzeallee 94
D-14195 Berlin
+49 30 82406-410