Open Bachelor’s Theses
We are developing a learning game based on the Microsoft Kinect camera. Students use the Kinect to browse volumetric data and mark region of interests.
- Reimplement the OrganChallenge framework in .NET
- Implement additional games
- Evaluate usability and learning effectiveness
The IMCAR at the Uniklinik RWTH Aachen is developing a novel microscopy modality for imaging muscle traction. In this thesis, the muscle traction captured on the microscopy images should be analyzed and quantified in a meaningful way (i.e., flow charts, etc).
In this project, data recorded from a smart shirt will be analyzed on a connected smartphone regarding stress, fatigue and posture. The shirt records basic vital parameters through inexpensive sensors (audio, acceleration)
The tasks include:
- Processing of the raw input signal to physiological parameters (heart rate, posture, motion)
- Optimization of the bluetooth transmission protocol
- Live-evaluation of basic parameters regarding possible overload (posture, stress, fatigue) using existing methods (heart rate variability, …)
For details visit http://mhealth.imib.rwth-aachen.de/hobs/