This project developed an augmented reality mobile application prototype for Radii Devices, aimed at enabling visual mapping of pressure/pain points associated with prosthetic limbs. The primary goal was to establish whether this approach to visualisation offered significant benefits to the patient, the prostheticist, and to the company themselves.
The most beneficial functionality in the prototype was the ability for the patient to draw directly onto the scan of their residual limb to describe where areas of pain/discomfort were located. The augmented reality functionality was found to be less useful from the client's perspective currently, due to the limitations of current augmented reality tracking software.
|Effective start/end date||1/10/19 → 30/06/20|
- Augmented Reality
- Data visualisation
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