We show here how integrating novel natural user interfaces, like Microsoft Kinect, with a fully adappatient's current statustive game engine, a system that can be used for rehabilitation at home can be built. A wide variety of game scenarios, a balanced scoring system, quantitative and qualitative exercise evaluation, automatic gameplay level adaptation to patient's current status, and audiovisual feed-back are all implemented inside the Intelligent Game Engine for Rehabilitation here introduced, and are aimed at maximizing patient's motivation and rehabilitation effectiveness. The system is integrated into a multi-level platform that provides continuous monitoring by the hospital and it has been developed inside the framework of the EU funded Rewire project.

An integrated low-cost system for at-home rehabilitation / N.A. Borghese, R. Mainetti, M. Pirovano, P.L. Lanzi - In: Proceedings of the VSMM 2012 : virtual systems in the information society : 2-5 september 2012, Milan, ItalyPiscataway : IEEE, 2012. - ISBN 9781467325646. - pp. 553-556 (( Intervento presentato al 18th. convegno International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM) tenutosi a Milan, Italy nel 2012.

An integrated low-cost system for at-home rehabilitation

N.A. Borghese;R. Mainetti;M. Pirovano;
2012

Abstract

We show here how integrating novel natural user interfaces, like Microsoft Kinect, with a fully adappatient's current statustive game engine, a system that can be used for rehabilitation at home can be built. A wide variety of game scenarios, a balanced scoring system, quantitative and qualitative exercise evaluation, automatic gameplay level adaptation to patient's current status, and audiovisual feed-back are all implemented inside the Intelligent Game Engine for Rehabilitation here introduced, and are aimed at maximizing patient's motivation and rehabilitation effectiveness. The system is integrated into a multi-level platform that provides continuous monitoring by the hospital and it has been developed inside the framework of the EU funded Rewire project.
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