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OpenButterfly: Multimodal Rehabilitation Analysis of Immersive Virtual Reality for Physical Therapy

Michael Ora Powell, Aviv Elor, Mircea Teodorescu, Sri Kurniawan

American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 2020, 8(1), 23-35 doi:10.12691/ajssm-8-1-5
  • Table 1. OpenButterfly Protocol Pilot Study [A] And Revised Study [B] Session Averages Between All Users (session number is indicated after A or B). Parenthesis Indicates Standard Deviation. Exclamation Mark Indicates Resting-State Change (Note All Biometric Measurements Indicate Change Induced From Gameplay Compared To Baseline Measurements)
  • Table 2. Wilcoxon Significance For Pilot Study [A] Vs. Revised Study [B] Results. The Protocols Were Found To Be Significantly Different From Each Other At 95% Confidence In All Data Categories. “Sig” Indicates The Significance Level. Superscript (A) Indicates Resting-State Change (Note All Biometric Measurements Indicate Change Induced From Gameplay Compared To Baseline Measurements). Bolded Values Indicate Significant At 95% Confidence From Wilcoxon Testing. Pilot Study Indicates Higher Game Performance As Well As GSR And EEG. Revised Study Shows Higher EEG Performance As Well As Blinks And Jaw Clenches. Note That Na And Nb Is The Total Number Of Samples Found By Number Of Sessions Number Of Users Number Of Exercises
  • Table 3. OpenButterfly Survey Table. Results Without Asterisks Are In Likert Type Scale Where One Indicates Strongly Disagree And 5 Indicates Strongly Agree. “Sig” Indicates Wilcoxon Significance Level. Superscripts Indicate: (A) Scale Of “Not At All” To “A Lot”, (B) Scale Of “Very Poor” To “Very Well”, (C) Ten-Point Likert Scale For “Not At All” To “A Lot”, (D) Indicates It Was A Reverse Question And The Response Average Is Represented In The Inverse To Keep All Values On The Same Scale