Body motions, or our physical movements, provide significant clues toward understanding the mechanism of human activities and behaviors. Ida Lab. aims to contribute academic and surrounding societies by exploring human perceptual-motor performance from the perspective of biomechanics. Our interests are in expertise in motor skill, injury prevention, balance control function, and all about human motions.
Ida Lab. addresses the questions on physical activities using traditional biomechanical methodologies, especially kinetic and kinematic motion analysis, and introducing the techniques from other fields like psychology and information sciences. The postural and emotional responses in virtual environment, for example, are investigated in a current project. We are looking at the perceptual-motor system functions underlying human motions on interdisciplinary knowledge.
Update & Information
- Poster Presentation "Control of postural muscles during gait initiation: normal stepping and obstacle clearance", H. Ida, Progress in Motor Control XII (Amsterdam)
- Poster Presentation "Anticipatory postural adjustments while initiating a step on a flat surface or over an obstacle", H. Ida, ISPGR World Congress 2019 (Edinburgh)
- Poster Presentation "Posture of lunge motion during a shuttle sprint test in soft tennis elite players", H. Shinohara, K. Kawakami, K. Takahashi, A. Ogura, K. Takahashi & H. Ida, ISPGR World Congress 2019 (Edinburgh)
- Original Research Article "Anticipatory judgements associated with vision of an opponent’s end-effector: An approach by motion perturbation and spatial occlusion", H. Ida, K. Fukuhara, M. Ishii, T. Inoue, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (print)
- Research Project "Functional coupling of environment-mind-posture in virtual reality: postural threat and habituation", H. Ida, H. Sekiguchi & S. Takeuchi, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) of JSPS KAKENHI
- Original Research Article "Can slow-motion footage of forehand strokes be used to immediately improve anticipatory judgments in tennis?", K. Fukuhara, T. Maruyama, H. Ida, T. Ogata, B. Sato, M. Ishii & T.K. Higuchi, Frontiers in Psychology
- Original Research Article "Anticipatory judgements associated with vision of an opponent’s end-effector: An approach by motion perturbation and spatial occlusion", H. Ida, K. Fukuhara, M. Ishii & T. Inoue, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (online)
- Research Article "The role of proximal body information on anticipatory judgment in tennis using graphical information richness", K. Fukuhara, H. Ida, T. Ogata, M. Ishii & T. Higuchi, PLOS ONE
- Poster Presentation "How does three-dimensional information affect postural control in stepping over an obstacle?", H. Ida, S. Mohapatra & A. Aruin, MOVEMENT 2017 (Oxford)
- Original Research Article "Control of vertical posture while elevating one foot to avoid a real or virtual obstacle", H. Ida, S. Mohapatra & A. Aruin, Experimental Brain Research
- Poster Presentation "Standing postural control while stepping over randomly moving virtual obstacles", H. Ida, S. Mohapatra & A. Aruin, Neuroscience 2016 (San Diego)
- Research Project "Sense of presence evoked by virtual environment: assessment from balancing function of standing posture", H. Ida, S. Mohapatra & A. Aruin, Grant of 34th Casio Science Promotion Foundation
- Poster presentation "Three phases of postural adjustments during obstacle avoidance in a real and virtual environment", H. Ida, S. Mohapatra & A. Aruin, Neuroscience 2015 (Chicago)
- Research Article "Biomechanical studies on ACL injury risk factor during cutting; utilizing the point cluster technique", Y. Nagano, H. Ida, H. Ishii & T. Fukubayashi, In "Sports Injuries and Prevention" (K. Kanosue, T. Ogawa, M. Fukano & T. Fukubayashi Eds.)
- Review Article "Visuomotor behavior in computer-simulated display", H. Ida, In "Advances in Visual Perception Research" (T. Heinen Ed.)
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- Research Project "Mechanism of balance maintenance in obstacle avoidance motion: three phases of postural adjustments", H. Ida, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) of JSPS KAKENHI