The Tower of London test is used to assess a patient's planning abilities. Some patients are not able to control the mouse accurately, which is why we've developed an easy-to-use version of this test using Myo armband, which tracks your hand gestures.
What it does
Simulates the Tower of London test. Also measures the shaking of the user's arm (useful for patients with Parkinson's disease).
How we built it
Myo armband tracks hand gestures and shaking, and is used to control the simulation. The results are aggregated and displayed on a simple and responsive dashboard.
Challenges we ran into
Connecting c++ backend to python frontend and integration of Myo API all up to the frontend.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Successfully completing the project.
What we learned
To use Myo API.
What's next for The Tower of London Test
Add more complex tests, measurements and statistics.