A game aimed to reduce muscle attrition for the hospitalised
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Re-hack-ilation Rehibilation Tools Leap Motion

A photo of one of the rehibilitation activities.

A set of tools to help patients redevelop hand movements.

What is it?
  • Fun Activities to help patients develop skills
  • Advanced motion technology to isolate muscles and nerves for best rehabilitation possible
  • Gesture control for easy use and interactive UI
Background

In this year alone, 70,000 Canadians will be immobilized on a hospital bed for more than a month. Individuals who are in a state of rest for such a long duration will soon face the danger of muscle attrition. To combat this problem, my team and I created ReHackilation to help patients exercise muscle groups in the arm while recovering. Through the use of tailor-made games and our in-house Javascript hand detection API, users can exercise different muscle groups. The code for this service is in the Github Repo and all that is required is a leap motion. We hope to help bring people to a healthier state of life with ReHackilation.

Libraries Used
Leap Motion SDK
<script src="http://js.leapmotion.com/leap-0.4.2.js"></script>
MailJet API

https://github.com/mailjet/mailjet-apiv3-java
jQuery

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.2.2/jquery.min.js"></script>

Created at WearHacks Toronto 2016 by Paarth Madan, Ashpan Raskar, Darshil Patel, Sajal Chodha, and Curtis Chong.