Robot Assistants for Perimetry: A Study of Patient Experience and Performance
Allison M McKendrick, Astrid Zeman, Ping Liu, Dilek Aktepe, Illham Aden, Daisy Bhagat, Kieren Do, Huy D Nguyen, Andrew Turpin
TRANSLATIONAL VISION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | ASSOC RESEARCH VISION OPHTHALMOLOGY INC | Published : 2019
Purpose: People enjoy supervision during visual field assessment, although resource demands often make this difficult. We evaluated outcomes and subjective experience of methods of receiving feedback during perimetry, with specific goals to compare a humanoid robot to a computerized voice in participants with minimal prior perimetric experience. Human feedback and no feedback also were compared. Methods: Twenty-two younger (aged 21-31 years) and 18 older (aged 52-76 years) adults participated. Visual field tests were conducted using an Octopus 900, controlled with the Open Perimetry Interface. Participants underwent four tests with the following feedback conditions: (1) human, (2) humanoid r..View full abstract
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Supported by the Australian Research Council Linkage Project: LP150100815 (to authors AMM and AT).