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Applied Interdisciplinary Concepts for Designing Visual Media Within Interactive Neurorehabilitation Systems


Abstract As the application of interactive media systems expands to address broader problems in health, education and creative practice, they fall within a higher dimensional space for which it is inherently more complex to design. In response to this need an emerging area of interactive system design, referred to as experiential media systems, applies hybrid knowledge synthesized across multiple disciplines to address challenges relevant to daily experience. Interactive neurorehabilitation (INR) aims to enhance functional movement therapy by integrating detailed motion capture with interactive feedback in a manner that facilitates engagement and sensorimotor learning for those who have suffered neurologic injury. While INR shows great promise to ad... (more)
Created Date 2014
Contributor Lehrer, Nicole (Author) / Rikakis, Thanassis (Advisor) / Rikakis, Thanassis (Committee member) / Olson, Loren (Committee member) / Wolf, Steven L (Committee member) / Turaga, Pavan (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Multimedia / Physical therapy / Neurosciences / feedback / interactive / neurorehabilitation / stroke / visual
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 227 pages
Language English
Copyright
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Note Doctoral Dissertation Media Arts and Sciences 2014
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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Description This video shows a demonstration of the home-based AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor. Participant is shown receiving instructions, followed by performance of one interactive Level 1 set of reaching to grasp and lift a portable cylinder.
  file3_homeAMRRLevel1Set.mov
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Description This video shows a demonstration of the home-based AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor. Participant is shown performing an interactive Level 1 set of reaching to touch a flat object.
  file4_homeAMRRLevel2Set.mov
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Description This video shows a demonstration of the home-based AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor. Participant is shown performing an interactive Level 2 set of reaching to grasp a cone.
  file5_homeAMRRLevel3Set.mov
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Description This video shows a demonstration of the home-based AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor. Participant is shown performing an interactive Level 3 set of reaching to grasp and transport the cylinder between two locations.
  file6_homeAMRRTargetSetup.mov
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Description This video shows a demonstration of the home-based AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor. Participant is shown setting up the targets used for training.
  file7_clinicalAMRRFeedbackForTrajectoryAndSpeed.mov
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Description This video shows the clinical AMRR feedback for trajectory performance and speed. Video depicts the image formation and plays the musical phrase generated by a reach that is (1) efficient, (2) with horizontal trajectory deviation, (3) and slow.
  file8_clinicalAMRRFeedbackForForearmElbowCompensation.mov
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Description This video shows the clinical AMRR feedback for joint function and compensation. Video depicts (1) image rotation for wrist rotation, (2) the orchestral sound for elbow extension, (3) the shoulder compensation sound and (4) the torso compensation sound.
  file9_clinicalAMRRFeedbackForJointCorrelation.mov
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Description This video shows the clinical AMRR feedback demonstrating different aspects of joint correlation. Video depicts (1) an efficient reach with elbow extension and (2) inefficient reach with shoulder compensation sound.
  file10_homeAMRRFeedbackLevel1NegativeVerticalError.mov
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Description This video shows the home-based AMRR Level 1 visual feedback for negative vertical trajectory error. Rocks are depicted to have sunken underwater.
  file11_homeAMRRFeedbackLevel1Lift.mov
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Description This video shows the home-based AMRR Level 1 visual feedback for a successful lift with an efficient reaching path. The clearance of the fog indicates the portable object was lifted beyond a height threshold.
  file12_homeAMRRFeedbackLevel2PathGraspTags.mov
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Description This video shows the home-based AMRR Level 2 visual feedback for overall path and grasp performance. Video depicts feedback for the following types of overall performance: efficient path, curvature, segmentation, and grasp completion.
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Description This video shows the home-based AMRR Level 3 audiovisual feedback for overall efficiency of a sequence task. Video depicts (1) efficient performance, (2) slightly inefficient performance, and (3) severely inefficient performance.
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Description This video shows the home-based AMRR Level 3 audiovisual feedback for overall efficiency of a transport task. Video depicts (1) efficient performance, (2) slightly inefficient performance, and (3) severely inefficient performance.
  file1_clinicalAMRRDemo.mov
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Description This video shows a demonstration of the clinical AMRR system in use with a stroke survivor and supervising therapist. Participant is shown performing interactive reaches to a cone.