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AR-Home & AR-Centre Rehab

Project Quick Facts

Principal Investigator

  • Prof. TONG Kai Yu Raymond

    Department of Biomedical Engineering

  • Funding Sources

    Innovation and Technology Commission

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

  • Collaboration

    The Hong Kong Society for the Aged

    Haven of Hope Christian Service

    Christian Family Service Centre

    The Spastics Association of Hong Kong

    The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

    Jockey Club Cadenza Hub

    Neighbourhood Advice Action Council

    Helping Hand

    Hong Kong Christian Service

    Hong Kong PHAB Association

    The Hong Kong Stroke Association

    St. James’ Settlement

    Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association

    Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association Social Service Centre

    Chi Lin Nunnery

    Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service – Hong Kong

    The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club

    Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service

    The Lok Sin Tong Benevolent Society, Kowloon

    Po Leung Kuk

    Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Limited

    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

  • Award

    Smart Living (Smart Healthcare) – Certificate of Merit, The Hong Kong ICT Awards 2021

The AR rehabilitation system is an intelligent human-computer interaction rehabilitation training platform, providing more than 45 special designed training activities by Hong Kong Physiotherapists and occupational therapists, including upper limb, lower limb, balance and coordination exercises. It uses the state-of-the-art 3D body tracking technology to give users real-time, objective AR visual and audio instruction and feedback during an exercise program, which can not only increase the fun of training, but also ensure the accuracy of the user action. It automatically captures and stores the movement data of the users in the training process to provide intelligent user performance evaluation and scoring. Finally, future training plan can be readjusted by the therapist based on user performance history records in the database. The system has been set up and used in 39 rehabilitation centres and 53 user homes in Hong Kong.

Website: http://www.bme.cuhk.edu.hk/arhome/

AR Rehabilitation Training System

Uniqueness and Competitive Advantages:

  • More than 45 therapists designed training exercises
  • Real-time AR visual and audio instruction and feedback
  • Intelligent user performance evaluation and scoring
  • Secure Data Storage on Cloud Database
  • Makes future training plan based on user performance history records
Training Scene to guide the user

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