Anatomy of the Oov and Various Body Positions on the Oov
The Oov is designed to mimic the body and creates a dynamic unstable feeling to give feedback to the user. There are several ways one can experience the Oov such various body positions.
The positions of the Oov are as follows:
UPRIGHT- Oov is placed with the rocker bottom on the floor.
FACING DOWN- Oov is placed with the trough facing the floor and rocker bottom facing the ceiling.
Supine- Oov upright with the tailbone toward the end and or small end toward the head in neutral pelvic position. The body can be bias creating an opportunity to be posteriorly or anteriorly tilted.
REVERSE- Oov upright, tailbone toward the small end under the public bone.
SIDELYING- Oov faces upright, side of hip and pelvis in the trough with the large end toward head.
PRONE- Oov faces down, large end under the lower ribs and small end under the pubic bone.
QUADRUPED- Oov is upright, placed perpendicular to body, one knee in the trough with the large end pointing out to the same side.
TABLE TOP- Oov is upright with feet flat on the ground, hips and knees at 90 degrees.
STANDING AGAINST WALL- Oov is behind the back, rocker bottom against the wall, with small end toward the head and large end toward the floor. The large end is against the lumbar and sacrum to produce a neutral spine position.
STANDING BALANCE- Oov upright on the floor, one foot lengthwise on the large end.
SEATED- Oov upright, tailbone toward the small end and large end toward the head. Sitting upright on the small end/trough
BALANCE- Assuming a position (in any above listed) with all the limbs off the floor.