Edward Chow, Professor, received a research contract ($23.6k) from TNUA for improving sensor based tracking systems of a smart rotating exercise chair, evaluating its effectiveness at high tech nursing centers of Palesides at Broadmoor Park, and enhancing the LabanDancer Animation software.
In Phase 3 of International cooperation on Human Body Movement Analysis Project, TNUA and UCCS will work on research to improve rehab patient care by evaluating and improving the sensor tracking system for a smart rotating exercise chair. Dr. Edward Chow will coordinate the research effort. We will focus on the following four tasks:
- Investigate how sensor based tracking systems can be used to improve the assessment of the quality of exercises for the rotating exercise chair.
- Coordinate the presentation and demo at the hi-tech nursing center of Palesides at Broadmoor Park.
- Dr. Mary Ann Kludge will conduct an evaluation study of the smart rotating exercise chair.
- Enhance the LabanDancer Animation Software to include time-3D sequence generation for specific sensor placement locations on the model given by a Labanotation.