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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(More)
BACKGROUND Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients frequently have postural control impairment but quantitative posturography is difficult to perform in clinical care. Recent technology facilitates new posturography approaches. OBJECTIVE To evaluate construct validity of visual perceptive computing (VPC) for static posturography to study postural control in MS(More)
BACKGROUND The introduction of low cost optical 3D motion tracking sensors provides new options for effective quantification of motor dysfunction. OBJECTIVE The present study aimed to evaluate the Kinect V2 sensor against a gold standard motion capture system with respect to accuracy of tracked landmark movements and accuracy and repeatability of derived(More)
Non-invasive high-resolution Chromatic White Light (CWL) measurement devices offer great potential for solving the challenge of latent fingerprints age determination. In this paper, we place 40 prints from different subjects on hard disk platters and capture them from three different indoor locations every week over 1.5 years, acquiring high-resolution time(More)
BACKGROUND Physical activity (PA) is frequently restricted in people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) and aiming to enhance PA is considered beneficial in this population. We here aimed to explore two standard methods (subjective plus objective) to assess PA reduction in PwMS and to describe the relation of PA to health-related quality of life (hrQoL). (More)
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