With the advent of multi-modal high quality devices coupled with high processing and communication capabilities, low cost “tele-immersive environments for everybody” (TEEVE) are emerging as a new medium for human interactions and collaborative tele-operations for supporting physical medicine and rehabilitation. The Illinois team of the “TEEVE-For-Health” project explores interactive tele-immersive environments for tele-physiotherapy which include novel algorithms for multi-modal Quality-of-Service-aware resource adaptation, multi-modal streaming and multicasting, and Quality-of-Experience-based control. This project is in collaboration with researchers at the University of Texas Dallas, Dallas VA Hospital and University of California Berkeley. Visit the TEEVE website for more information.
Exploiting Multi-Modality in TEEVE for Tele-physiotherapy
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