Dancing the two step: a phenomenological qualitative study on stroke survivors' experiences using an augmented reality system
Introduction: Having a stroke can be a very debilitating experience causing hemiparesis or hemiplegia. Often, when individuals are discharged home, therapeutic support decreases. This provides rehabilitation specialists with an opportunity to create an at-home, remotely-monitored therapeutic tool. Augmented reality (AR) provides a medium to meet this opportunity. The purpose of this study is to understand stroke survivors’ overall experience using AR technology as a remotely-monitored, home-based therapy program, so that rehabilitation professionals can gain a clearer view of its impact and ...
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