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    I would be grateful to fellow subscribers who have experience attaching
    markers to human skin for motion analysis for advice on how they have
    successfully accomplished this. I have LEDs that are about 1 by 2.5 cm and
    the bases of which are hard plastic. (These are the "large" LEDs for the
    Selspot system.) They will be attached to hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist,
    knuckle, & finger. How can I keep them from falling off the subject during
    vigorous movement without superglue !?
    Thank you very much for your replies.
    -Michael Broderick
    mpb3@psu.edu

    Michael
    MICHAEL BRODERICK
    E-MAIL: MPB3@PSU.EDU
    DEPT. OF KINESIOLOGY * RECREATION BLDG.
    UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802 * U.S.A.
    PHONE: (814) 862-8636, 863-0847; FAX: (814) 863-7360
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