SyMPATHy: Smart glass for Monitoring and guiding stroke PATients in a Home-based context

Abstract : This paper presents a solution to monitor and guide stroke patients during Activities of the Daily Living. It consists of a self-content smart glass that the patient can use to drink at different times of the day (water, coffee, etc.). The smart glass embeds a series of sensors that track in a transparent way the patients activity in everyday life (glass orientation, liquid level, target reaching and tremors). This solution allows therapists to monitor and analyze easily the Activities of the Daily Living of the patient in order to adapt the weekly rehabilitation sessions with suitable exercises. In addition, the smart glass embeds visual displays aimed at providing gestural guidance information when the patient do not use properly the glass. The paper presents the first prototype of the smart glass by highlighting the methodology adopted to design the software and hardware components of the platform.
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M. Bobin, M. Anastassova, M. Boukallel, M. Ammi. SyMPATHy: Smart glass for Monitoring and guiding stroke PATients in a Home-based context. Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems, Jun 2016, brussels, Belgium. pp.281-286, ⟨10.1145/2933242.2935870⟩. ⟨cea-01831844⟩

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