Date Presented 04/06/19
This poster describes a completed NIH Phase I study, a prototype of the Human Action Recognition Engine (HARE) utilizing the three-dimensional body mapping technology of the X-box Kinect to automate the extraction of infant postural and motor data of the infant during floor play with the parent in the natural environment of the home. This demonstrates the feasibility of an automated developmental risk screener to achieve state-of-the-art accuracy in the assessment of infant motor development.
Primary Author and Speaker: Teresa Fair-Field
Contributing Authors: Bharath Modayur