Toward Respiratory Assessment Using Depth Measurements from a Time-of-Flight Sensor

@inproceedings{Sharp2017TowardRA,
  title={Toward Respiratory Assessment Using Depth Measurements from a Time-of-Flight Sensor},
  author={Charles Sharp and Vahid Soleimani and Sion L. Hannuna and Massimo Camplani and Dima Damen and Jason Viner and Majid Mirmehdi and James Dodd},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: There is increasing interest in technologies that may enable remote monitoring of respiratory disease. Traditional methods for assessing respiratory function such as spirometry can be expensive and require specialist training to perform and interpret. Remote, non-contact tracking of chest wall movement has been explored in the past using… CONTINUE READING