Hand Position Tracking Correction of Leap Motion Controller Attached to the Virtual Reality Headset

Dorota BELANOVÁ, Kaori YOSHIDA
2020
Considering the increasing number of patients with disabilities, especially of upper extremity, we decided to develop hand rehabilitation virtual reality system for post-stroke patients using leap motion controller. However, as the device has not met the required accuracy of hand position tracking, we created a real-time low-computational cost correction algorithm lessening the problem. This paper outlines the challenges of hand position tracking accuracy identifying the parts contributing to
more » ... e overall error, proposes a method of correction suitable for each of the parts separately and brings the parts together into an algorithm maximizing the hand position correction. The algorithm was tested on twelve healthy participants in two series of four tasks. Results showed our algorithm improved the hand position accuracy considerably in all the cases.
doi:10.24466/ijbschs.25.1_29 fatcat:aqplgptq4jfalecobcuzohdwjy