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Designing a New Puzzle App to Target Dyslexia Screening in Pre-Readers
- M. Rauschenberger, Christian Lins, Noelle Rousselle, A. Hein, S. Fudickar
- Computer ScienceGOODTECHS
- 25 September 2019
The prototype of a puzzle app is presented, which is explicitly designed with the human-centred design (HCD) process for dyslexia screening in pre-reader using new indicators related to motor skills to ensure users needs for the data collection to apply machine learning prediction.
A Wearable Vibrotactile Interface for Unfavorable Posture Awareness Warning
Evaluated the vibrotactile system with 11 subjects to identify the optimal notification vibration sequences and the accuracy of the location-dependent perception and results indicate that the optimal pulse length is about 150 ms and is repeated 2 or 3 times within the sequence for maximum attention.
TutAR: augmented reality tutorials for hands-only procedures
- Daniel Eckhoff, C. Sandor, Christian Lins, U. Eck, D. Kalkofen, A. Hein
- Computer Science, PhysicsVRCAI
- 2 December 2018
TutAR is presented, a pipeline that semi-automatically creates AR tutorials of 2D RGB videos with hands-only procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), which extracts relevant 3D hand motion from the input video.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality Parameters from Motion Capture Data using Differential Evolution Fitting of Sinusoids
Enhancing Safety of Artificially Ventilated Patients Using Ambient Process Analysis
An analysis system consisting of low-cost ambient sensors such as power sensor, RGB-D sensor, passage detector, and matrix infrared temperature sensor is proposed to reduce risks for artificially ventilated patients in both home and clinical environments.
Determining Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Parameters with Differential Evolution Optimization of Sinusoidal Curves
In this paper, we present a robust sinusoidal curve fitting method based on the Differential Evolution (DE) algorithm for determining cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) parameters – naming chest…
TutAR: Semi-Automatic Generation of Augmented Reality Tutorials for Medical Education
- Daniel Eckhoff, C. Sandor, D. Kalkofen, U. Eck, Christian Lins, A. Hein
- Computer Science, PhysicsIEEE International Symposium on Mixed and…
- 1 October 2018
TutAR is a pipeline that semi-automatically creates AR tutorials out of 2D RGB videos that extracts relevant 3D hand motion from the input video and displays as an animated3D hand relative to the human body.
Still in flow — long-term usage of an activity motivating app for seniors
- Christian Lins, A. Hein, L. Halder, Philipp Gronotte
- Computer ScienceIEEE 18th International Conference on e-Health…
- 1 September 2016
Results from the long-term usage of a mobile application for seniors that encourages physical and mental activity show insight view about the usage and suggest that the Concept of Flow can be applied here.
Privacy by Design for Integrated Case and Care Management: Receiver-Oriented Encryption in STROKE OWL
The concept of comprehensive and practical receiver-oriented encryption (ROE) as a guiding principle for such data-intensive, research-oriented case management systems is proposed and illustrated with the example of the IT infrastructure of the project STROKE OWL.