The paper proposes the use of Augmented Reality (AR) in a rehabilitative clinical setting with the purpose of supporting the therapist during the clinical observation by providing real-time augmentations using an Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display. Developed in the context of project AUSILIA (Assisted Unit for Simulating Independent Living Activities), the solution has the objective to track a monitored person inside a sensorized domestic environment while performing activities of daily living. A distributed sensing infrastructure enables the collection and display of several information regarding his physiological status and his interaction capabilities with the furniture. The obtained system allows the therapist to appreciate new information, enhancing the clinical assessment with new objective elements, at the same time without denying any of the classic evaluation methods.

Augmented Reality to Enhance the Clinical Eye: The Improvement of ADL Evaluation by Mean of a Sensors Based Observation / Stocco, M.; Luchetti, A.; Tomasin, P.; Fornaser, A.; Ianes, P.; Guandalini, G.; Flores Ty, J.; Okahashi, S.; Plopski, A.; Kato, H.; De Cecco, M.. - 11883:(2019), pp. 291-296. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 16th International Conference on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, EuroVR 2019 tenutosi a estonia nel 2019 [10.1007/978-3-030-31908-3_18].

Augmented Reality to Enhance the Clinical Eye: The Improvement of ADL Evaluation by Mean of a Sensors Based Observation

Luchetti A.;Tomasin P.;Fornaser A.;De Cecco M.
2019

Abstract

The paper proposes the use of Augmented Reality (AR) in a rehabilitative clinical setting with the purpose of supporting the therapist during the clinical observation by providing real-time augmentations using an Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display. Developed in the context of project AUSILIA (Assisted Unit for Simulating Independent Living Activities), the solution has the objective to track a monitored person inside a sensorized domestic environment while performing activities of daily living. A distributed sensing infrastructure enables the collection and display of several information regarding his physiological status and his interaction capabilities with the furniture. The obtained system allows the therapist to appreciate new information, enhancing the clinical assessment with new objective elements, at the same time without denying any of the classic evaluation methods.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
estonia
Springer
978-3-030-31907-6
978-3-030-31908-3
Stocco, M.; Luchetti, A.; Tomasin, P.; Fornaser, A.; Ianes, P.; Guandalini, G.; Flores Ty, J.; Okahashi, S.; Plopski, A.; Kato, H.; De Cecco, M.
Augmented Reality to Enhance the Clinical Eye: The Improvement of ADL Evaluation by Mean of a Sensors Based Observation / Stocco, M.; Luchetti, A.; Tomasin, P.; Fornaser, A.; Ianes, P.; Guandalini, G.; Flores Ty, J.; Okahashi, S.; Plopski, A.; Kato, H.; De Cecco, M.. - 11883:(2019), pp. 291-296. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 16th International Conference on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, EuroVR 2019 tenutosi a estonia nel 2019 [10.1007/978-3-030-31908-3_18].
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