Test–retest reliability of Kinect’s measurements for the evaluation of upper body recovery of stroke patients

@inproceedings{Mobini2015TestretestRO,
  title={Test–retest reliability of Kinect’s measurements for the evaluation of upper body recovery of stroke patients},
  author={Amir Mobini and Saeed Behzadipour and M. Saadat},
  booktitle={Biomedical engineering online},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Performance indices provide quantitative measures for the quality of motion, and therefore, assist in analyzing and monitoring patients' progress. Measurement of performance indices requires costly devices, such as motion capture systems. Recent developments of sensors for game controllers, such as Microsoft Kinect, have motivated many researchers to develop affordable systems for performance measurement applicable to home and clinical care. In this work, the capability of Kinect in… CONTINUE READING
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