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標題Title: Development of a Upper Limb Rehabilitation System using Inertial Measurement Unit and Kinect
作者Authors: 石正邦
上傳單位Department: 電機工程系
上傳時間Date: 2016-6-15
上傳者Author: 石正邦
審核單位Department: 電機工程系
審核老師Teacher: 陳世中
檔案類型Categories: 研究生論文報告Thesis
關鍵詞Keyword: Virtual Reality, Upper limb rehabilitation, Inertial Sensor,Kinect
摘要Abstract: Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) and stroke is both common clinical illnesses. Both illnesses may lead to disability and cause huge inconvenience on patient’s daily routine. Therefore, the way to improve the efficacy of rehabilitation and the way to increase the willingness of patient to attend rehabilitation treatment is the most important issue. Combining medical treatment with technology, Virtual Reality (VR) is created. Its skeletal tracking system is being widely used in the rehabilitation medical field. Although, Kinect, introduced in the Microsoft system, has a video camera, which is low cost and easy to develop, when it comes to extremities or extremities’ angles overlapping, it would have a problem of misdetection. In this research we designed a rehabilitation game, focusing on the upper part of body, to combine wireless inertial magnetic units (IMUs) with Kinect, in order evaluate the angle difference between the two devices in different upper extremities gestures.This game used Kinect as the base tracking system to operate, meanwhile, multiple sets of IMU was put on extremities of the tester to calculate the angles through algorithms. The extremities’ angles calculated by the two systems during the test was recorded for further comparison. The results of the comparison showed that although Kinect has high accuracy on detecting two-dimensional, it has a greater error on extremities’ angles when it comes to depth or extremities overlapping. Whereas the conversion result of IMU remains accurate. Therefore, we hope that Kinect and IMU could be integrated, using IMU to assist Kinect with depth and extremities angle correction, in order to enhance the reliability and validity of the efficacy of rehabilitation and measurement.

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