ECE-478-Virtual-Medical-Systems

ECE-478-Virtual-Medical-Systems - Rutgers University,...

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Rutgers University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ABET COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE: 14:332:478 Course Catalog Description: 14:332:478 Capstone Design – Virtual Medical Systems Capstone design experience in medical applications of virtual reality. The course focuses on team-oriented design projects involving either or both hardware prototyping or software design of applications of virtual reality in Medicine. Emphasis will be on computer games for rehabilitation. Students participate in a design process that incorporates realistic engineering constraints such as real-time rendering, ergonomics, design for usability, as well issues dealing with patient safety and confidentiality of data. Pre-Requisite Courses: 14:332:221, 14:332:252, 14:332:376 and 14:332:378 Co-Requisite Courses: 14:332:331 Pre-Requisite by Topic: Programming Methodology I, Principles of EE I, Computer Architecture, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality Laboratory. Virtual Reality can be substituted by Introduction to Computer Graphics or by Robotics and Computer Vision. : Virtual Reality Technology , 2 nd Edition, Burdea and Coiffet, Wiley, 2003 or subsequent editions. References: Technical literature from industry, journals and Internet. Overall Educational Objective: Design projects involving virtual reality simulations, game design, or mechatronics systems, as well as understanding concepts of human-computer interaction, motor/cognitive rehabilitation and brain plasticity. Course Learning Outcomes: A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated: 1. An ability to design a system or process to meet given specifications with realistic engineering constraints. 2. An ability to function as a member of an engineering design team. 3. An ability to utilize technical resources both from prior relevant coursework, as well as from sources students must seek out on their own (e.g., various technical literature, data sheets, webinars, tutorials on programming techniques and brain anatomy, etc.) 4. An ability to write technical documents and give technical oral
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