This application gives users the opportunity to compare and adjust a virtual avatar with an actual image of themselves through AR technology. Using real patient data from the EMR, this application presents an avatar of the patient, assuming proportions in relation to the data that is fetched. The user/patient then adjusts the avatar to more accurately represent themselves, while comparing the avatar to a photograph or other real-life representation. The goal of the application is to help those who struggle with body dysmorphia have a more healthy and realistic vision of their body image. Features: Fetching patient data (height and weight) from MyChart; Rough avatar representation generated by application; Customization features for avatar; Comparison scene; User compares avatar to a photograph of themselves in real space; Hand-gesture controls/input: pointing, grabbing, dragging through HoloLens technology.
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Spring 2017 GApp Lab Wrap Kits
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah