In this paper, we describe ReMoVES (REmote MOnitoring Validation Engineering System) which is a newly developed platform for motion rehabilitation through serious-games and biophysical sensors. The main features of the system are highlighted: motion tracking capabilities are disclosed and compared with other solutions; the emotional state of the patient is evaluated with heart rate measurements and electrodermal activity monitoring during the execution of the functional exercises planned by the therapist. Preliminary results about the extraction of significant features from motion and biophysical data will be discussed: the personal rehabilitation program is meant to be performed at home by the patient himself while ReMoVES platform should deliver effective reports to the therapist about the training performance.

Biophysical and motion features extraction for an effective home-based rehabilitation

Morando, Matteo;Ponte, Serena;Ferrara, Elisa;Dellepiane, Silvana
2017

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In this paper, we describe ReMoVES (REmote MOnitoring Validation Engineering System) which is a newly developed platform for motion rehabilitation through serious-games and biophysical sensors. The main features of the system are highlighted: motion tracking capabilities are disclosed and compared with other solutions; the emotional state of the patient is evaluated with heart rate measurements and electrodermal activity monitoring during the execution of the functional exercises planned by the therapist. Preliminary results about the extraction of significant features from motion and biophysical data will be discussed: the personal rehabilitation program is meant to be performed at home by the patient himself while ReMoVES platform should deliver effective reports to the therapist about the training performance.
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