“What’s happening at that hip?”: Evaluating an On-body Projection based Augmented Reality System for Physiotherapy Classroom
HS Ferdous, T Hoang, Z Joukhadar, MN Reinoso, F Vetere, D Kelly, L Remedios
Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19 | ACM | Published : 2019
© 2019 Copyright held by the owner/author(s). We present two studies to discuss the design, usability analysis, and educational outcome resulting from our system Augmented Body in physiotherapy classroom. We build on prior user-centric design work that investigates existing teaching methods and discuss opportunities for intervention. We present the design and implementation of a hybrid system for physiotherapy education combining an on-body projection based virtual anatomy supplemented by pen-based tablets to create real-time annotations. We conducted a usability evaluation of this system, comparing with projection only and traditional teaching conditions. Finally, we focus on a comparative ..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council
We thank all the participants and support staffs. Special thanks to Deakin Motion Lab team for their contribution in the Optitrack based development for Augmented Body system. This projected is supported by the University of Melbourne Teaching and Learning Initiative 2016 and the Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP130102142.