Advancing Tele-Rheumatology Platform

This project is the extension project of the previous Tele-rheumatology project. In the previous project, we have designed and developed three components: hardware platform, which is the capturing device for rheumatoid arthritis patience movements by using both 2D and 3D cameras; the capture system, which is used by general practitioners to control the hardware platform; and the physician portal, which provides all the captured information from patience to rheumatologists for diagnose purpose. Based on the result and achievement in the first project, we have identified some issues and the components that we can further improve. This extension project will be used for resolving these issues as well as enhance the performance of the current implementation.

Faculty Supervisor:

Stephen Czarnuch


Chengsi Zhang;Zizui Chen


77711 Newfoundland and Labrador Corp


Computer science


Professional, scientific and technical services


Memorial University of Newfoundland


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