The Fine Motor Control and Learning Laboratory is located in Room 48 of the HP Long Fieldhouse. This room is a 112 sq.ft. space dedicated to data collection and analysis of upper-body movements.
- 24” Widescreen Flat panel LCD monitor
- Two 22” Widescreen Flat panel LCD monitors
- Wacom Intuos3 9x12 Digitizer Tablet
- Wacom Intuos3 12x19 Digitizer Tablet
- Wacom Intuos 12x18 Digitizer Tablet in portable frame for “mobile” data collection
- Wacom UD1218RE Electrostatic Digitizer Tablet
- Several Wacom Digitizer Ink and non-inking pens, including a modified pen to measure ranges of force exceeding the normal ranges of axial pen force.
- Oasis digitizer collection box
- Latitude D830 laptop for “mobile” data collection and presentation
- Several PCs including two high power PCs for extreme performance demands for display, collection, and analysis of data.
- Specialized software for the collection and processing of fine motor movements (MovAlyzeR and OASIS).
- Several other software packages for collection, processing, analysis, reporting, and presentation of data.
The Fine Motor Control and Learning Laboratory shares also about 600 sq.ft. space with Dr. Hondzinski located in Room 15 & 18 of Hatcher Hall which are setup for data collection of individuals with Peripheral Neuropathy and Parkinson's disease. Room 15 is setup for the collection of whole body movement data and Room 18 is setup for fine movement data collection.