Computer-based Infant Movement Assessment
The Computer-based Infant Movement Assessment (CIMA) is an interdisciplinary research project with the aim of developing a video-analysis system for clinical use in hospitals.
The project is based at the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Women's and Children's Health at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. Researchers from fourMs have been involved in the development of a computer based video analysis tool (General Movement Toolbox, GMT) for the project. These tools have to a large part been based on research in the Musical Gestures project and the Sensing Music-related Actions project.
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