Yu-Chen Chung

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In this paper, we present <i>PoCM</i><sup><i>2</i></sup> (<i>Point-of-Care Mobility Monitoring</i>), a generic and extensible at-home mobility evaluation and monitoring system. PoCM<sup>2</sup> uses both 3D visual sensors (such as Microsoft Kinect) and mobile sensors (i.e., internal and external sensors embedded with/connected to a mobile device such as a(More)
Reliable mobility assessment is essential to diagnose or optimize treatment in persons affected by mobility disorders, e.g., for musculo-skeletal disorders. In this work, we present a system that is able to automatically assess mobility using a single 3D sensor. We validate the system ability to assess mobility and predict the medication state of(More)
Attention during exercise is known to affect performance; however, the attentional demand inherent to virtual reality (VR)-based exercise is not well understood. We used a dual-task paradigm to compare the attentional demands of VR-based and non-VR-based (conventional, real-world) exercise: 22 non-disabled older adults performed a primary reaching task to(More)
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