Medical Augmented Reality

This area of research is dedicated to augmented and virtual reality that supports diagnosis, rehabilitation, and discovery for medical applications. 


 Validation of Wearable Activity TrackersYates, H.A., Winslow, D.R., Orlosky, J., Ezenwoye, O. Besenyi, G.M. (in press). The future of active living big data: Validity and reliability of wearable activity trackers. Accepted for poster presentation at the 14th Annual Active Living Research Conference, February 11 – February 14, 201, Banff, Alberta, Canada. 

 Access Design for Studying Personal Health DevicesPatel, S., Orlosky, J., Stewart, J., Coughlin, S.S., Besenyi, G.M. (in press). FitBit wearable devices: Accessing physical activity data for health promotion and intervention research. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Public Health Association 145th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Nov 4-8, 2017, Atlanta, GA. 
Fitbit Security and Privacy Study
Yates, H., Orlosky, J., Ezenwoye, O., Besenyi, G.M. (in press). Physical activity wearable technology: Assessing security and privacy risks for use in health research. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Public Health Association 145th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Nov 4-8, 2017, Atlanta, GA. 
 Pupillometric Task
Response in Parkinsons
Ranchet, M., Orlosky, J., Morgan, J., Qadir, S., Akinwuntan, A. E., & Devos, H. (2017). Pupillary Response to Cognitive Workload during Saccadic Tasks in Parkinson’s Disease. Behavioural Brain Research.  
Orlosky, J., Itoh, Y., Ranchet, M., Kiyokawa, K., Morgan, J., & Devos, H. (2017). Emulation of Physician Tasks in Eye-Tracked Virtual Reality for Remote Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Disease. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 23(4), 1302-1311.

An eye tracked virtual reality system designed to support remote diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's.