Upper-limb mobility and coordination can be assessed by quantifying the ability of the arm to move in different planes of motion with an appropriate speed, distance, direction, timing and muscular tension. Assessment of mobility and coordination is commonly performed by clinicians using chart-based ordinal scales that evaluate the performance of individuals under study on specific tasks. Use of goniometers and motion tracking systems can potentially enhance the accuracy of the assessment by providing accurate information of the range of motion and kinematics of the investigated joints.
- Windows computer (Dual Core 3.1 GHz or faster processor, USB 3.0, and 4 GB of RAM) and the Microsoft Kinect v2
- OR Windows 10 computer with 7th Generation Intel Core i3 Processor (Dual Core 2.4 GHz with HD620 GPU or faster, USB 3.0 port, and 4 GB RAM) and the Microsoft Azure Kinect
- María Prueba
- Antonio Prueba
- Disclaimer: Studies to determine the reliability and validity of the upper limb assessment tool are currently underway. The application must be therefore used with caution.