Optical Myography: Detecting Finger Movements by Looking at the Forearm

@article{Nissler2016OpticalMD,
  title={Optical Myography: Detecting Finger Movements by Looking at the Forearm},
  author={Christian Nissler and Nikoleta Mouriki and Claudio Castellini},
  journal={Frontiers in Neurorobotics},
  year={2016},
  volume={10}
}
One of the crucial problems found in the scientific community of assistive/rehabilitation robotics nowadays is that of automatically detecting what a disabled subject (for instance, a hand amputee) wants to do, exactly when she wants to do it, and strictly for the time she wants to do it. [...] Key Method In a psychophysical experiment involving ten intact subjects, we used visual fiducial markers (AprilTags) and a standard web camera to visualize the deformations of the surface of the forearm, which then were…Expand
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