In 2011, I worked as a research assistant in the Wellness Innovation and Interaction Lab headed by Professor Katie Siek. During the school year and into the summer, I had been working with another undergraduate and a PhD student to create a physical therapy device that visualizes patient progress through electroluminescent wire.
To learn more about our research, please visit our project’s website; to learn more about my involvement, please visit my blog. Below are a some images of the device we created. I worked primarily with constructing and designing the enclosures to integrate the human body, textiles, and technology.
I was primarily funded by CREU.
Refereed Short Conference Papers:
Swamy Ananthanarayan, Miranda Sheh, Alice Chien, Halley Profita, and Katie A. Siek. PT Viz: Towards a Wearable Device for Visualizing Knee Rehabilitation Exercises. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM annual conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’ 13), pages 4, 2013.
Refereed Workshop Publications:
Swamy Ananthanarayan, Alice Y. Chien, Miranda Sheh and Katie A. Siek. Visualizing Physical Therapy with Electroluminescence Wire. In Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH), pp: 179-182, Oct 22, 2011.
Popular Press Articles:
Alice Chien, Miranda Sheh, and Amy Le. Our Research Experiences as First-Year Undergraduates. In Suzanne Menzel and Katie A. Siek, editors, ACM-W Newsletter, 2109 words, Summer 2011.