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Non-tactile Thumb Tip Measurement System for Encouraging Rehabilitation After Surgery

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Intelligent Computing Theories and Application (ICIC 2021)

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The thumb is the only finger that has a high degree of freedom of articulation and can face the other four fingers, and functional training is significant after injury surgery. We propose a system to measure and visualize the range of motion of the thumb during rehabilitation in a non-contact manner using a depth sensor and a deep neural model.

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Aoki, E., Matsuo, T., Shimada, N. (2021). Non-tactile Thumb Tip Measurement System for Encouraging Rehabilitation After Surgery. In: Huang, DS., Jo, KH., Li, J., Gribova, V., Bevilacqua, V. (eds) Intelligent Computing Theories and Application. ICIC 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 12836. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-84522-3_68

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