Santiago, Chile | December 11-18, 2015
ICCV is the first international Computer Vision event comprising a main conference and several co-located workshops and short courses. With its high quality and low cost, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers. In 2015, this event took place at the Centro Parque Convention Center in Santiago, Chile.
FRAMOS, partner in the EU Horizon 2020 – research and innovation framework programs BOREALIS and SYMBIONICA, presented a stereo vision approach for cooperative robotic movement therapy which is an integrating part of stroke rehabilitation.
The device presented from Benjamin Busam is used for the re-education of upper limb movements in hemiparetic patients where a light-weight robotic arm follows the movements of the healthy arm that wears a sleeve equipped with flat round reflective markers. The marker position is detected by a stereo camera system and a robust and real-time algorithm provides the tracking.