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Pressure distributions on the palm of a cyclistís hand with different hand positions and different gloves. The highest pressure was found for the case with the hands in the drops without gloves. The least amount of pressure was found with the hands in the hoods or tops with softer padded gloves.
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010

Seven glove variations were tested and one without gloves. In the seven test gloves, padding compliance and thickness were varied.
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010

Pressure data was aligned with the subjectís hand anatomy by using laser scan data of the subjectís palm with and without the pressure sensor.
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010

Pressure was measured using a pressure mat with 229 sensors.
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010

Pressure data was aligned with the subjectís hand anatomy by using laser scan data of the subjectís palm with and without the pressure sensor.
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010

Cycling Glove Research - Video
Image credit: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Image date: 2010
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