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Publikācija: Eye-Tracking Introduction Considerations in Vestibular Telerehabilitation in Latvia

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Title in original language Eye-Tracking Introduction Considerations in Vestibular Telerehabilitation in Latvia
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Research platform Information and Communication
Authors Aleksandrs Gorbunovs
Žanis Timšāns
Ieva Grada
Keywords Eye-tracking; Facial recognition; Gaze data; Postural balance; Telerehabilitation
Abstract The terms of telemedicine, telerehabilitation, and e-care have come into our everyday lives as the necessity to make medical assistance and care more effective. These terms are not buzzwords. Indeed, new technology, innovative solutions, offered by programming tools, modern sensor equipment, wearable devices and bio-signal data sets, provide an ability to ensure necessary remote support to a person with special needs anytime and anywhere. This assistance may include person’s online health monitoring, telerehabilitation and health improvement measures, mobile training, rapid alert button initiation, advisory support, and a set of many other measures supporting patient’s care. This paper displays achievements in creation of vestibular telerehabilitation tools and systems, particularly in Latvia, and discuss further necessary developments, including eye-tracking instruments, which would improve existing telerehabilitation systems.
Hyperlink: http://pen.ius.edu.ba/index.php/pen/article/view/354 
Reference Gorbunovs, A., Timšāns, Ž., Grada, I. Eye-Tracking Introduction Considerations in Vestibular Telerehabilitation in Latvia. Periodicals of Engineering and Natural Sciences, 2019, Vol.7 No.1, pp.177-186. ISSN 2303-4521.
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