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From KinectTM to anatomically-correct motion modelling: Preliminary results for human application [chapter]

B. Bonnechère, V. Sholukha, F. Moiseev, M. Rooze, Jan S. Van Sint
2013 Games for Health  
This paper presents a new Model-Based Approach (MBA) that has been specially developed for Kinect™ input based on previous validated anatomical and biomechanical studies performed by the authors.  ...  The Kinect™ sensors can be used as cost effective and easy to use Markerless Motion Capture devices. Therefore a wide range of new potential applications are possible.  ...  Conclusion Although the Kinect™ is already used for some limited clinical applications including basic motion assessment or live correction during rehabilitation, the underlying skeleton model is too crude  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-02897-8_2 dblp:conf/gfheu/BonnechereSMRJ13 fatcat:a2ehcpypofbzla35hfcyxpyxcq

Using perceptive computing in multiple sclerosis - the Short Maximum Speed Walk test

Janina Behrens, Caspar Pfüller, Sebastian Mansow-Model, Karen Otte, Friedemann Paul, Alexander U Brandt
2014 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
We investigated the applicability and feasibility of perceptive computing assisted gait analysis in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients using Microsoft Kinect™.  ...  To detect the maximum walking speed and the degree of spatial sway, we established a computerized and observer-independent measure, which we named Short Maximum Speed Walk (SMSW), and compared it to established  ...  All primary data is write protected and archived under stewardship of the Charité -Universitätsmedizin Berlin's office for Good Clinical Practice. It is available for verification upon request.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-0003-11-89 pmid:24886525 pmcid:PMC4041903 fatcat:pindle4w2vff5evxrzjxaznw7m

Using Kinect™ sensor in observational methods for assessing postures at work

Jose Antonio Diego-Mas, Jorge Alcaide-Marzal
2014 Applied Ergonomics  
Output data were compared with the results provided by human observers, and were used to determine the influence of the sensor view angle relative to the worker.  ...  The camera's point of view relative to the position of the tracked subject significantly affects the correct classification of the postures.  ...  On the other hand, new improved anatomical models are being developed for KinectÔ (Bonnechère et al., 2013b) , and could be used for assessing postural load by other methods.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2013.12.001 pmid:24370268 fatcat:57u5shuiz5fx5mz7quj3g3v3ce

Breast compression parameters among women imaged with full field digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis in BreastScreen Norway

N. Moshina, Solveig Hofvind, Gunvor Waade, Åsne Holen, Berit Hanestad, Sofie Sebuødegård, K. Pedersen, Elizabeth A. Krupinski
2018 14th International Workshop on Breast Imaging (IWBI 2018)  
Our anatomic model consists of an array of voxels labeled to denote specific tissue types; the voxel labels are arrayed spatially so as to simulation various anatomic structures.  ...  Preliminary results from a patient study show that CEDBT depicts lesion margins better compared to CEDM, while the contrast-enhancement level for in-plane slice is not as high as in CEDM.  ...  A 15 layer CNN model was constructed to extract features for image classification.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2317918 dblp:conf/iwbi/WadeHHSMPH18 fatcat:gyksxd5b2jf4jpntucqs5zjc5i

Cable Driven Rehabilitation Robots: Comparison of Applications and Control Strategies

Muhammad Shoaib, Ehsan Asadi, Joono Cheong, Alireza Bab-Hadiashar
2021 IEEE Access  
For each group, target movements are identified, and promising designs of CDRRs are analyzed in terms of types of actuators, controllers and their interactions with human.  ...  In this paper, we categorize and review the cable driven rehabilitation robots in three main groups concerning their applications for upper limb, lower limb, and waist rehabilitation.  ...  The preliminary clinical trial was carried out with a 60 year old patient and reported satisfactory results.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3102107 fatcat:s7vncojpqja2tinelevdw3xtmm

Abstracts from the 2018 OAS Annual Meeting

The Ohio Academy of Science
2018 The Ohio journal of science  
Abstracts from the 2018 Ohio Academy of Science Annual Meeting  ...  The Kinect™ camera is a versatile tool that has been used for various applications such as human motion capture, gaming, etc.  ...  The skeletal tracking algorithm implementation for this device allows us to efficiently gather 3D joint location data for landmark joints, to track and monitor human motion and activity.  ... 
doi:10.18061/ojs.v118i1.6338 fatcat:24esdpldjvhppbs7q5smhx6sbq

SPR 2018

2018 Pediatric Radiology  
The American College of Radiology is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  ...  In order to preserve this integrity and objectivity, all individuals participating as planners, presenters, moderators and evaluators in an ACR educational activity or an activity jointly sponsored by  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Society for Pediatric Radiology gratefully acknowledges the support of the of the following companies in presenting the 61 st Annual  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00247-018-4130-z pmid:29707739 fatcat:46j635ave5hsldyl4phnftizsy

Development and Validation of Novel Methods to Track Three-Dimensional Spine Kinematics During Dynamic Trunk Movements Using a Time-of-Flight RGB-D Camera

Wantuir Carlos Ramos Junior, University, My
2021
RGB-D cameras are a potential inexpensive and less time-intensive motion capture alternative, which have been validated for analyses of gait, postural control, ergonomics, and human anatomy.  ...  However, as manufactured, RGB-D cameras are not ready for specific kinematic analyses, such as lumbar spine motion, as the native artificial intelligence (AI) models do not adequately detect the number  ...  ., "randomized decision forest") to identify anatomical landmarks of a human in images without using markers to locate joint centres, generating a native "skeletal model" for tracking whole-body motion  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-26048 fatcat:xkpztrixznfgvhfajj732pg5nu

Realistic 3D Virtual Fitting Room

Morteza Daneshmand
2020 unpublished
The latter leads to similar results for on-line fitting applications.  ...  visualize the resulting model, possibly from different points of view, to the customer.  ...  Moreover, the noise was removed both from the RGB-D frames and the reconstructed results through applying a low-pass mask filter, where each frame was further denoised and smoothed using a bilateral filter  ... 
doi:10.13140/rg.2.2.23415.98725 fatcat:turer64pgngozpx3vp2qyb5f2a

Settima giornata di studio Ettore Funaioli

A Cura Di, Umberto Meneghetti, Alberto Maggiore, Vincenzo Castelli, A Cura Di, Umberto Meneghetti, Alberto Maggiore, Vincenzo Castelli
2007 unpublished
INTRODUCTION Orthoses are external devices placed besides injured human joints to provide a correct motion guidance as well as to decrease the loads on the anatomical structures.  ...  Therefore, the correct reproduction of the natural joint motion is a feature of great relevance in order to prevent the imposition of unnatural constraints to the anatomical structures.  ... 
fatcat:d3elwuofarcyzk3nne3sgdcv24

Pressure Sensitive Mat: An Alternative Sensor to Detect Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders

Hilda Azimi, University, My
2020
This thesis proposes multiple algorithms applicable to PSM in order to assess sleep quality. First, fusion techniques are proposed to extract a breathing signal from PSM.  ...  The PSM has the potential to replace obtrusive breathing sensors in the sleep lab and to be used as a pre-screening tool for patients suspected of having sleep apnea.  ...  Sleep Lab Study To design a generalized and well-suited model for the application of sleep lab study where only one night of data is available from patients to assess in terms of CSA detection, 4 different  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-25724 fatcat:puxupouw7jhgrloxabu4dr64pu