International physical therapy expert discusses Primesense camera for rehabilitation.
NARIC Accession Number: O18297. What's this? Project Number:H133E080024. Publisher(s): Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Successful Aging with Disability: Optimizing Participation Through Technology (OPTT-RERC), University of Southern California, Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, 1540 Alcazar Street, CHP-155, Los Angeles, CA 90033. Publication Year: 2010. Abstract: This video demonstrates a user being tracked with the Primesense camera to activate movement of an articulated stick figure, while Dr. Carolee Winstein, Professor and Director of the University of Southern California Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (NIDRR-funded RERC) field’s questions about the impact of this sensor system on the future of virtual rehabilitation. Running time: 3 minutes 10 seconds. Descriptor Terms: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, BODY MOVEMENT, DEVICES DESIGN, RECREATION, REHABILITATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.
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