In response to the shortage, uneven distribution, and high cost of rehabilitation resources in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, we developed a low-cost, easy-to-use remote rehabilitation system that allows patients to perform rehabilitation training and receive real-time guidance from doctors at home. The proposed system uses Azure Kinect to capture motions with an error of just 3% compared to professional motion capture systems. In addition, the system pro-vides an automatic evaluation function of rehabilitation training, including evaluation of motion angles and trajectories. After acquiring the user’s 3D mo-tions, the system synchronizes the 3D motions to the virtual human body model in Unity with an average error of less than 1%, which gives the user a more intuitive and interactive experience. After a series of evaluation experiments, we verified the usability, con-venience, and high accuracy of the system, finally con-cluding that the system can be used in practical rehabilitation applications.
- 3D motion acquisition and evaluation
- Azure Kinect
- remote rehabilitation
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science(all)
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering