Two Arm Coordination Test from Lafayette Instrument
The Two Arm Coordination Test assesses the motor coordination and learning of the test subject. This test requires both arms to work together. The subject's task is to move the metal pointer around the star pattern without leaving the boundaries of the pattern.
This test is useful for assessing the abilities of personnel involved in using production equipment, most especially for those performing jobs such as operating a crane. The test can be used for assessing proficiency for several other applications that require coordination as well.