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2022/2023

Methods and tools of diagnostics based on movement evaluation

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17ADBMPD ZK 5 2P English
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Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

State of the art of general movement analysis. Review of the different kind of sensors that can be potentially used within the evaluation of position or movement. Important parameters of devices in general. HW and SW concept such systems. Historical context of principles, methods and tools development of existing and new technical solutions systems for diagnostics based on the immediate position of eyes, extremities, head, shoulders and body particularly in clinical neurology. New and innovative solutions based on utilization of digital still cameras, videotechnology, digital image processing methods, modern image sensors and MoCap systems as well are described in detail. List of relevant systems: eye position evaluation systems, head and shoulders position evaluation systems, body position evaluation systems, the so called craniocorpography (CCG) and posturography and extremities position evaluation systems. Possibilities of integration of all subsystems into the one compact system. Comparison of selected methods and devices. Current development trends. 3D optical motion capture, 2D optical motion capture, inertial motion capture, 3D scanning. ART tracking. Body motion capturing using Kinect. VICON and QUALISYS system. Comparison of markerless and marker-based motion capture. Possibilities of photogrammetry for position evaluation. Summary of fundamental knowledge within the course.

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Teaching takes place in the form of self-study with regular consultations. In addition to the examination, a written study is required by the student on the subject.

Syllabus of lectures:

State of the art of general movement analysis. Review of the different kind of sensors that can be potentially used within the evaluation of position or movement. Important parameters of devices in general. HW and SW concept such systems. Historical context of principles, methods and tools development of existing and new technical solutions systems for diagnostics based on the immediate position of eyes, extremities, head, shoulders and body particularly in clinical neurology. New and innovative solutions based on utilization of digital still cameras, videotechnology, digital image processing methods, modern image sensors and MoCap systems as well are described in detail. List of relevant systems: eye position evaluation systems, head and shoulders position evaluation systems, body position evaluation systems, the so called craniocorpography (CCG) and posturography and extremities position evaluation systems. Possibilities of integration of all subsystems into the one compact system. Comparison of selected methods and devices. Current development trends. 3D optical motion capture, 2D optical motion capture, inertial motion capture, 3D scanning. ART tracking. Body motion capturing using Kinect. VICON and QUALISYS system. Comparison of markerless and marker-based motion capture. Possibilities of photogrammetry for position evaluation. Summary of fundamental knowledge within the course.

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Required (all sources are available within the EIS gate of CTU Central Library):

[1] LATASH, Mark L. Neurophysiological basis of movement. 2nd ed. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, c2008. ISBN 978-0-7360-6367-8. 427 p.

[2] TOBON, Ricardo. The Mocap Book: A Practical Guide to the Art of Motion Capture. Foris Force, c2010. ISBN 978-0615293066. 288 p.

[3] WINTER, David A. Biomechanics and motor control of human movement. 4th ed. Hoboken: Wiley, c2009. ISBN 978-0-470-39818-0. 370 p.

[4] Lee, T. C., Niederer, P. F. (eds.). Basic Engineering for Medics and Biologists - An ESEM Primer. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Vol. 152. 2010. Available from (username and password required): http://www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx?piid=16352 . [cit. 2017-09-27].

[5] Webster, J. G. (ed.). Wiley Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation. 2000. Available within EIS of CTU: http://knihovna.cvut.cz/ (username and password required). [cit. 2017-09-27].

Recommended (all books are available in Central Library of CTU):

[6] Leigh, R. J., Zee, D. S. The Neurology of Eye Movements. Four edition. Oxford University Press: New York, 2006. 763 p. ISBN-13: 978-0-19-530090-1, ISBN-10: 0-19-530090-4 (including DVD).

[7] Cesarani, A., Alpini, D. Vertigo and Dizziness Rehabilitation. The MCS Method. Berlin: Springer, 1999. 243 p.

[8] Close-range photogrammetry and 3D imaging. 2nd ed. Editor Thomas LUHMANN. Berlin: de Gruyter, c2014. De Gruyter textbook. ISBN 978-3-11-030269-1. 684 p.

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