Archive for the 'RSI What Helps' Category

3DKeyboard project

About 3DKeyboard Recently, after some research and solving some problems with C++ code, I have finished initial version of 3DKeyboard. Work on it is done as part of my Phd studies at University of Pardubice. 3DKeyboard is an application utilizing Microsoft Kinect, that enables you to type text with moving one of your hands in [...]

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Jak předejít a řešit bolest v zápěstí – zkušenosti programátora

Přednáška vznikla na konferenci Java Open Space, kde jsem přednesl kolegům svoje zkušenosti a doporučení z praxe s problémy se zápěstím při dlouhodobé práci s počítačem. Dozvíte se, jaké jsou symptomy potíží, jaký je význam prevence, k jakým patologickým změnám v zápěstí dochází. Probereme příčiny potíží a jejich dělení (mechanické, způsobené špatnou výživou, způsobené špatnou [...]

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RSI Tip – Beware vibrations

Any vibrations which you will be in contact for longer period will make your condition worse. In some cases, vibrations are causing the problem alone. My friend had a summer job as gardener and she developed RSI from handling vibrating mower, so she needed to stop the job and problem dissappeared soon. Also computer is [...]

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3 tips to make your cycling RSI safe

I consider cycling quite beneficial and healthy, as it increases blood flow, breathing rate and thus flow of nutrients and oxygen into all parts of body, including soft tissues in your wrists. It means that they can regenerate faster. However, there are some risks specific to cycling related to vibrations during ride. They transfer from [...]

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RSI tip – Geladrink and vertical mouse helped me lot

Geladrink I tried drinking Geladrink, collagen joint nutrition which is used by athletes for knees and other joints and it helped me a lot. Geladrink is product of Czech company Orling, cooperating with Czech rheumatologist prof. Milan Adam. In 2003 prof. Adam was awarded a prestigious UNESCO prize for his lifetime contribution to the medical [...]

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RSI tip – Turn your door handle vertical

This is a funny think to do. The idea is same as for some models of vertical mouse. Wrist is in its natural hand-shake position.Changing your door handles is easy: Loosen little screw positioned where the handle meets the door Take out both parts of the handle Turn up 90 degrees (see picture) and secure [...]

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Create shortcut to activate window by title

How to avoid Alt-Tab This article will show you how to create Windows shortcut to either: Start new application, if it is not yet started or Activate the existing window based on the window title, if the application is already running in one of the windows

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