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Fingers are moved involuntary according to the movement of the wrist

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Shotaro Okajima
Fingers are moved involuntary according to the movement of the wrist

Hello guys

I use only glove and try to measure joint angles of fingers and wrist.
Howeve, I found that fingers moved according to the extention and flexion of the wrist even if fingers were fixed so as not to move. 

I tried to re-caliburate sensors, change sensors, and put sensors away from magnetics, 
but involuntary finger movements was happend again and again.

Does nobody else have that issue?
How can I fix that?
Is the fingers actually moving just because I cannot perceive it?
  

danielc
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Glove only is not a supported working mode inside of Axis Neuron. If your requirment is glove data, please use SINGLE ARM WORKING MODE.

You'll find information on working modes inside of Axis Neuron's menu.
HELP>WORKING MODE REFERENCE DIAGRAM

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