New article published in "Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation"

SPiAR - Spatial Perception in Augmented Reality: A new article by Chiara Höhler in the "Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation" on spatial perception during augmented reality in patients after stroke. Modern technologies, such as Augmented Reality, have the potential to make neurorehabilitation after a stroke playful and motivating. Tasks of such a therapy include for example the repetitive grasping of virtual objects, which are projected into the user’s real environment via Augmented Reality glasses.

Regarding the feasibility of such a therapy and its probability of success, the following question is raised: How accurately can patients after stroke estimate the distance of the holograms to be grasped? Find the answer to this question here.