Document Type



Summer 2022

Academic Department

Engineering and Physics

Faculty Advisor(s)

Dr. Kurt DeGoede


The eTherapy app Phase 2 development cycle transformed the app to its next version. The app was designed to read motion sensor data to assist in Occupational Therapy and with phase 2, the app has been changed based on the feedback of prior testers. Phase 2 expanded upon the data storage and motion reading capabilities of the app. The landmark achievement of Phase 2 is the introduction of custom exercises where the therapist can store readings of their patient's motion data to make custom exercises which the patient can repeat.


Scholarship, Creative Arts, and Research Project (SCARP)



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