change posture


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Such boldness may come from its ability to change posture, color, and motion in impersonations of venomous animals, say Norman and his colleagues in the first scientific report of the behavior.
One should change posture periodically to show confidence because postural stiffness is usually perceived as nervousness.
Our results show that such a system could benefit a neuroprosthesis user by reducing the effort required to change postures while standing and allowing for finer control of posture.
There are times when you'll see fish change postures from a comfortable position to one on its guard.
After three years of extensive research and development, Steelcase developed three elements that work together as the "brain" of the Think chair to anticipate user needs and react to them as they change postures and sit for long periods of time.
While a traditional seat back requires the individual to adjust it, the Live Back system contours to the individual; -- An anthropometric pivot optimizes comfort by replicating the natural pivot point of the human body; and -- The Natural Glide(TM) system allows the individual to change postures with minimal affect upon his / her reach or visual orientation, and it allows a more fluid natural motion as the seat bottom glides forward when the seat back reclines.
Consumers have responded enthusiastically to the ability to lean back in their chairs and hold the mouse in a relaxed, comfortable position, thus enabling them to frequently change postures and seating position -- and reduce some of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with repetitive stress motion," said Greg Smith, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product Development for Gyration.
Consumers can lean back in their chairs and hold the mouse in a relaxed, comfortable position, thus enabling them to frequently change postures and seating position -- and reduce some of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with repetitive motion.
Even when people are seated, they should regularly change postures.