The video demonstrates an accurate, low-latency body tracking approach for VR-based applications using Vive Trackers. Using a HTC Vive headset and Vive Trackers, an immersive VR experience, by animating the motions of the avatar as smoothly, rapidly and as accurately as possible, has been created. The user can see her from the first-person view.


Recent advances in scalp electroencephalography (EEG) as a neuroimaging tool have now allowed researchers to overcome technical challenges and movement restrictions typical in traditional neuroimaging studies.  Fortunately, recent mobile EEG devices have enabled studies involving cognition and motor control in natural environments that require mobility, such as during art perception and production in a museum setting, and during locomotion tasks.


The use of modern Mobile Brain-Body imaging techniques, combined with hyperscanning (simultaneous and synchronous recording of brain activity of multiple participants) has allowed researchers to explore a broad range of different types of social interactions from the neuroengineering perspective. In specific, this approach allows to study such type of interactions under an ecologically valid approach.


In this paper, we develop an internet of medical things (IoMT)-based electrocardiogram(ECG) recorder for monitoring heart conditions in practical cases. To remove noise from signals recorded by these non-clinical devices, we propose a cloud-based denoising approach that utilizes deep neural network techniques in the time-frequency domain through the two stages. Accordingly, we exploit the fractional Stockwell transform (FrST) to transfer the ECG signal into the time-frequency domain and apply the deep robust two-stage network (DeepRTSNet) for the noise cancellation.


The data we are providing this time is a part of the dataset which was used in our previous work, titled “Integrating Activity Recognition and Nursing Care Records: The System, Deployment, and a Verification Study”. The authors of this work proposed a theory that extending of start and end times of the activities can increase the prediction rate. The reason behind the theory is that many of the nurses provided the labels before or after completing an activity. In the paper, they verified and proved this theory.

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The Baseline set described in the submitted IEEE article  as Baseline_set  contains 1442450 rows, where the number of rows varied between 15395 and 197542 for the 16 subjects;  the average per subject being 69095 rows. The data set is filtered and standardized as described in III.C in the submission . The other data sets used in the article are derived from Baseline set.

The data set in .csv format contains the columns timestamp, user_id, session_id, acc_var, hr, rmssd, sdnn, st, eda, eda_freq, bm, location, and concentration. The time step is 5 seconds.


This is the data for the paper "Fusion of Human Gaze and Machine Vision for Predicting Intended Locomotion Mode" published on IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2022. 


We collect IMU measurements under three different patterns: Fixing a smartphone in front of his chest (chest), swing a smartphone while holding it in his hand (swing), and putting a smartphone in his pocket (pocket). We use Google Pixel 3XL for the pattern of chest and Google Pixel 3a for the patterns of swing and pocket. The sampling frequency of each measurement is fixed to 15Hz. We collect the measurement of 111 paths in total, categorized into 4 types. We partition them into 84 and 27 paths, used for training and testing, respectively. It takes 10 hours to collect all datasets.


Computer vision can be used by robotic leg prostheses and exoskeletons to improve high-level transitions between different locomotion modes (e.g., level-ground walking to stair ascent) through the prediction of future environmental states. Here we developed the StairNet dataset to support research and development in vision-based automated stair recognition.


Context awareness is an emerging field in pervasive computing with applications that have started to emerge in medical systems. The present work seeks to determine which contexts are important for medical applications and what various domains of context aware applications exist in healthcare. Methods: A systematic scoping review of context aware medical systems currently being used in healthcare settings was conducted.