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More on the openFrameworks and the Kinect


More on the openFrameworks and the Kinect
I guess it’s Peter Daukintis week. :) Today’s project he’s showing off the openFrameworks .

Reminder about openFrameworks ? 662 more words

Good2Read

What if? Microsoft Kinect and Confocal Microscopy

It is a well-known phenomenon that you come up with some of your best ideas when you are thinking late at night.  Such an occurrence happened to me, and I wanted to share with you some of my thoughts.   625 more words

Biology

[ARTICLE] Data Analytics Framework for A Game-based Rehabilitation System - Full Text PDF

Abstract

Stroke is a major reason for hemiparesis in United States. Considering the fact that traditional Constraint-Induced Movement therapy (CI therapy), though has been empirically proved effective, is inaccessible to most patients, we have developed a game-based rehabilitation system by borrowing the major principles from CI therapy. 113 more words

Stroke

[VIDEO] Virtual Rehabilitation - YouTube

From http://www.youtube.com – February 15, 2013 12:43 PM

“VirtualRehab is an innovative product designed to improve the quality of life through a rehabilitation program. It combines modern Microsoft® Kinect motion capture system with video game technology in which the user becomes the controller. 16 more words

Video Games/Exergames

Microsoft's HoloLens wants to enhance your world with holograms* (*no holograms included)

During the company’s Windows 10 press conference today, Microsoft revealed what it hopes will be its next big innovation: HoloLens.

HoloLens aims to create an augmented reality experience that’s decidedly different from what the… 305 more words

FP Tech Desk

[ARTICLE] Low cost RGB-D vision based system for on-line performance evaluation of motor disabilities rehabilitation at home - Full Text PDF

Abstract

Physical rehabilitation is an important medical activity sector for the recovery of
physical functions and clinical treatment of people affected by different pathologies:
neurodegenerative diseases (i.e. 230 more words

Video Games/Exergames