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A technological evaluation of the Microsoft Kinect for automated behavioural mapping at bed rest



A technological evaluation of the Microsoft Kinect for automated behavioural mapping at bed rest



Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 188: 39-45



Behavioural mapping (BM) is a long established method of structured observational study used to understand where patients are and what they are doing within a hospital setting. BM is prominent in stroke rehabilitation research, where that research indicates patients spend most of their time at bed rest. We evaluate the technical feasibility of using the Microsoft Kinect to automate patient physical activity classification at bed rest.

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