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JP : AIST Anthropometric database 1991-1992

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 18-29 yrs. N=200 each, Males & females 60+ yrs. N=50 each2551991-92
Reference
National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology ed., Human Body Dimensions Data for Ergonomic Design. Nippon Shuppan Service, Tokyo, 1996. (in Japanese)
National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology ed., Reference Manual of Anthropometry in Ergonomic Designing. Nippon Shuppan Service, Tokyo, 1994. (in Japanese)
Comment
Measured using traditional methods. The right side was measured. Individual data will be available at the Web page of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. For definitions of measurements, see the reference.
Web address
http://riodb.ibase.aist.go.jp/dhbodydb/91-92/

JP : Japanese Body Size Data 1992-1994

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 7-90+ yrs. N=340001001992-94
Reference
Japanese Body Size Data 1992-1994. Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Osaka, 1997 (in Japanese)
Comment
The data book is published by the Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life (HQL). The right side was measured. A total of 87 of the 178 measurements were obtained from scanned data. No comparison was made between measurements obtained using the traditional methods and measurements obtained from the scanned data. Individual data is available for a fee.
Web address
http://www.hql.jp/project/size1992/

JP : HQL

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
Japanese(A) Males & females 60+ yrs. N=50 each
(B) Males & females 60+ yrs. N=100 each
(C) Males & females 60+ yrs. N=100 each
(A) 178 (B) 129 (C) Body height, weight and 13 cephalic measurements(A) 2000-01 (B) and (C) 2001-02
Reference
(A) Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Report of the Research and Development of Millennium Project in 2000 (Heisei 12), Part I Database (Body dimensions). Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Osaka, 2001. (in Japanese)
(B) Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Report of the Research and Development of Millennium Project in 2001 (Heisei 13), Part I Database (Body dimensions). Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Osaka, 2001. (in Japanese)
Comment
Some of the measurements in (A) and (B) were obtained from scanned body surface data. It was confirmed that these measurements are comparable to those obtained using the traditional methods. All cephalic measurements were obtained using the traditional methods. The right side was measured. This data was obtained by researchers participating in one of the Millennium Projects of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry. Statistics are available at the website described below. Individual data is also available, for a fee, from the Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life.
Web address
http://www.hql.jp/project/funcdb2000/

JP : AIST Anthropometric database 1997-98

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 18-29 yrs. N=100 each, Males & females 60+ yrs. N=50 each491997-98
Reference
Makiko Kouchi and Masaaki Mochimaru, 2001: Anthropometric database. Report of Japanese Industrial Standards Center, 4: 46-53. (in Japanese)
Makiko Kouchi and Masaaki Mochimaru, 2000: Anthropometric database. Human Interface, 2: 252-258. (in Japanese)
Comment
The right side was measured. A CD-R containing a brief report of the survey and individual data, as well as statistics, is available free of charge from the website described below.
Web address
http://riodb.ibase.aist.go.jp/dhbodydb/97-98/index.html.en

JP : Size-JPN project

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 18-80+ yrs. N=67002172004-07
Reference
Japanese body size data book 2004-2006. Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Osaka, 2008 (in Japanese)
Comment
Results from Size-JPN project. The right side was measured. Databook and individual data are available for a fee.
Web address
http://www.hql.jp/database/size2004/index.html

JP :

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 0-10 yrs. N=1200582005-08
Reference
The Japan Machinery Federation, Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, 2008:Report of the project in fiscal year 2007, Anthropometric database for children and the development of visualization technique for child injury for improving the safety of machinery. (in Japanese)
Comment
The right side was measured. Report and Individual anthropometric data collected by the end of fiscal year 2007 is available at the website descibed below.
Web address
http://www.hql.jp/research/before/070.html

JP : AIST/HQL 3D Anthropometric Database 2003

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales 20-30 yrs. N=49, Females 21-35 yrs. N=4894 for females, 90 for males2003
Reference
Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, 2005: Report of the Research and Development on 3D anthropometry (in Japanese)
Comment
Measured in Digital Human Research Center, AIST, using the traditional methods. Individual scans, body dimensions, landmark locations, and homologous models of the trunk are available at the web site described below.
Web address
https://www.dh.aist.go.jp/database/fbodyDB/

JP : AIST cephalometric database 2001-02

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
JapaneseMales & females 18-35 yrs. N=117, Males & females 60+ yrs. N=20018 (2 somatic and 16 cephlic)2001-2002
Reference
Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, 2002: Report of the Research and Development of Millennium Project in 2001 (Heisei 13), Part I Database (Body dimensions). Research Institute of Human Engineering for Quality Life, Osaka, 2001. (in Japanese)
Comment
Measured using the traditionl methods in Digital Human Research Center, AIST. Data for older age group was collected in the Millenium project (see reference), and the data is the same with JP04(C). The younger age group was measured in a colloboration research between AIST, Horikawa Inc., and Shigematsu Works Co. Ltd. Individual data is available at the website described below.
Web address
https://www.dh.aist.go.jp/database/head/

US : Anthrokids

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
U.S.A.(A) infants and children 0-13 yrs. N=3000
(B) infants and children 2-18 yrs. N=3900
(A) 37 for infants (0-2 yrs.), 36 for children (2-13 yrs.)
(B) 34 for infants (0-2 yrs.), 85 for children (2-18yrs.)
(A) 1975 (B) 1977
Reference
(A) Physical Characteristics of Children As Related to Death and Injury for Consumer Product Design and Use. UM-HSRI-BI-75-5 Final Report Contract FDA-72-70 May 1975
(B) Anthropometry of Infants, Children, and Youths to Age 18 for Product Safety Design. UM-HSRI-77-17 Final Report Contract CPSC-C-75-0068 May 1977 .
Comment
The right side was measured. The center of gravity at standing and sitting postures was also measured. Report of (A) is available from the website described below. Individual data for (B) is available from the website.
Web address
http://www.itl.nist.gov/iaui/ovrt/projects/anthrokids/

US : CAESAR project

PopulationSubjectsNumber of measurementsYear of Examination
U.S.A.Males & females 18-65 yrs. N=2375381998-2000
Reference
Harrison C. R. and K. M. Robinette, 2002: CAESAR: Summary statistics for the adult population (ages 18-65) of the United States of America. AFRL-HE-WP-TR-2002-0170. United States Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate Crew System Interface Division
Comment
Results of CAESAR (Civilian American and European Surface Anthropometry Resource) project. Measurements were obtained using the traditional methods as well as from the scanned surface data. The right side was measured. The report, scanned data and individual measurements are available, for a fee, from the web page.
Web address
http://en.scientificcommons.org/18599486
http://www.sae.org/technicalcommittees/caesarhome.htm#3dna