Kathrin Thaler

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Pervasive Computing is developing fast and is presenting new opportunities for medical care. Unfortunately, technology selection and adoption in the healthcare sector and by physicians is typically an intricate process. Exemplified by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) this paper describes the assessment of a dedicated PC technology with respect to medical usefulness(More)
We describe the first steps in the development of a wearable measurement device for measuring a subject's three-dimensional acceleration. The ultimate aim is a standard measurement instrument integrated in a belt buckle that allows objective evaluation of treatment and rehabilitation measures in patients, in particular for disabling chronic diseases such as(More)
Visible persistence refers to the continuation of visual perception after the physical termination of a stimulus. We studied an extreme case of visible persistence by presenting two matrices of randomly distributed black and white pixels in succession. On the transition from one matrix to the second, the luminance polarity of all pixels within a disk- or(More)
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