Luke Shires

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Current motion tracking systems used in games for upper limb stroke rehabilitation either use sensor based tracking systems that can be problematic for a user with an impaired upper extremity to wear or hold, or vision based tracking using cameras that are less robust and struggle to retrieve accurate three dimensional position information. The Microsoft(More)
Motion controlled video games have been shown to have a positive effect for physical rehabilitation on the upper extremity in stroke survivors when combined with conventional physical therapy. While much research in this area has worked with bespoke systems and games, some research has been done into using commercial off the shelf gaming systems (COTS) for(More)
Semantic Web Technologies are ideally suited to build context-aware information retrieval applications. However, the geospatial aspect of context awareness presents unique challenges such as the semantic modelling of geographical references for efficient handling of spatial queries, the reconciliation of the heterogeneity at the semantic and(More)
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