Upper-limb, lower-limb, balance, and coordination exercises designed by Therapists (PTs and OTs).
Matches well with routine training in clinics and hospitals.
Personalized training plan.
Machine assistant: remote collaboration between users and therapists.
Therapists can monitor the progress of rehabilitation.
Interactive surroundings combining live-action and games.
Real-time, objective augmented reality visual and audio instruction and feedback.
Secure tele-rehabilitation connection with data encryption and connect to our cloud database.
State-of-the-art 3D whole-body tracking technology.
Provide object, accurate and comprehensive data on gait, movement range, response, time, accuracy, etc.
1. Christian Family Service Centre,
Community Rehabilitation Day Centre
Address: 8/F, Kai Nang Integrated Rehabilitation Services Complex,
4 Fuk Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Tel: 2793 2218
Fax: 2342 0338
2. The Spastics Association of Hong Kong (SAHK),
New Territories East Community Rehabilitation Day Centre
Address: 105 - 118, G/F, Luk Chuen House, Lek Yuen Estate, Shatin
Tel: 2601 2978
Fax: 2601 1772
3. Haven of Hope Christian Service Community Rehabilitation Day Centre
Address: 1/F, Tang Shiu Kin Community Ambulatory Care Centre,
282 Queen's Road East,Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: 3553 3188
Fax: 3553 3185
4. The Hong Kong Society for the Aged (SAGE),
Kwai Shing West Day Care Centre for the Elderly
Address: Units 111, 113-124, G/F, Block 8, Kwai Shing West Estate,
Kwai Chung, N.T.
Tel: 3525 0737
Fax: 3525 0747
5. Haven of Hope Bradbury King Lam Community Health Development Centre
Address: No 2, G/F, King Yung House, King Lam Estate,
Tseung Kwan O, NT.
Tel: 2701 0602
Fax: 2704 7437
6. The Hong Kong Society for the Aged (SAGE),
Tsuen Kwai Tsing Integrated Home Care Services
Address: Room 1502, 15/F, K83, Kwai Hing, NT
Tel: 2425 0006
Fax: 2421 3649
Our AR-Home & AR-Centre Rehab platform utilises state of-the-art depth sensors for 3D body tracking, with customised software specially designed for a virtual interactive rehabilitation environment. The research team has invited more than 16 professional physiotherapists and occupational therapists from 7 local rehabilitation centres to design 46 training exercises, including upper-limb, lower-limb, balance, and coordination training modules.
AR-Home & AR-Centre Rehab platform is developed by Prof. Raymond TONG (Head of CUHK, BME) and his research team, aims to provide AR-based professional routine rehabilitation to users at home/centre.
The research team from the Chinese University of Hong Kong has developed an AR rehabilitation training system to facilitate home-based rehabilitation. The system consists of a small 3D depth sensor and a mini-PC connected with the TV at home. Stroke survivors can perform training through telerehabilitation.
Many rehabilitation centers suspended service due to COVID-19 pandemic, people with disabilities, stroke survivors, and the elderly are vulnerable population, who could not come to the centers frequently to receive physiotherapy and unable to receive sufficient regular training. Prof. Raymond Tong, head of BME at CUHK, and his research team has develped AR-home to provide telerahabilitatio for local elderly and persons with chronic disease.
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