Lavell Müller

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—Augmented Reality (AR) has the potential to change the way therapy and rehabilitation is understood and administered. It can be used to manipulate the experience of reality resulting in novel rehabilitative applications including but not limited to augmented mirror box manipulations. We present a conceptual framework for the effective use of AR in a(More)
Videoconferencing systems available for end users do not allow for eye-to-eye contact between participants. The different locations of video camera and video display make it impossible to directly look into each others eyes. This issue is known as the lack of mutual gaze. Combined with a lack of a life-sized video image of the communication partner(More)
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