This figure indicates that after four days from the beginning of the experiment, the change in the body sway moving area is large.
From the obtained data and analysis, the body sway area was found to be related to asthenopia and accumulation fatigue, and also found to be a possible index of stress.
To evaluate workers' fatigue due to VDT work, it is important that workers' physiological conditions are considered.
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