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From: A Comparison of Methods for Decoupling Tongue and Lower Lip From Jaw Movements in 3D
J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2013;56(5):1503-1516. doi:10.1044/1092-4388(2013/12-0016)
The positions of sensors required to use the JOANA method (panel A). The CI is attached perpendicular to the surface of the frontal lower
incisor, whereas the right and left head sensors (RH and LH) are attached to the regions related to the right and left mastoid process of the
temporal bone. The LH sensor must be attached symmetrically relative to the RH position. Panels B and C show the orientation of the CI in a
lateral and superior view respectively. The dashed line represents the direction of the principal axis of the cylinder that represents the geometry
of the CI.
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