Many patients recovering from stroke need Occupational Therapy to perform daily living activities in a normal manner. However,
· Occupational Therapy requires external help.
· Many disabled people cannot move around the house to perform daily chores.
· Can we develop a system that allows a disabled person to control appliances in the house without leaving her seat?
· Can we convert this daily life activity into an occupational therapy activity that can be monitored and recorded?
· Can we measure the progress of the patient?
· We have developed a smart home solution that allows a person to control home appliances such as light bulbs, fans and air conditioners remotely from her seat by making real gestures to control virtual knobs and switches.
· The activity performed by the patient is silently recorded by the system to measure recovery metrics.
· Our software platform runs on both PC and smartphone.
· Smart home control allows a disabled person to manage home appliances without leaving her seat.
· The smartphone based solution is highly mobile and can be easily used from anywhere inside the house.
· The system supports a variety of sensors to detect gestures, such as Kinect2, Leap Motion and Myo.
· A large number of gestures can be detected by the system supporting different kinds of movements.
· A wide array of controllable hardware is supported by the software platform, such as Philips Hue and LIFX devices.
· Visual feedback allows the person to correct wrong gestures immediately.
· Encouraging interface artifacts are incorporated into the environment to make the OT experience enjoyable and to speed up the recovery process.
· Quantification of the recovery process allows gamification of the therapy environment, which increases the immersiveness of the experience, resulting in increased adherence of the patient to the proper therapy procedure.
· Integration with social media allows patients to create a collaborative environment for support and recovery.
· Recovery metrics are recorded seamlessly without intervention in the patient’s daily work routine.
· Therapists can monitor patients’ recovery metrics remotely.
· Big Data back end can track millions of patients simultaneously.
· Big Data analytics can help researchers study and discover new recovery patterns and metrics.
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