Apport de la réalité augmentée comme aide technologique pour le maintien de l’autonomie de personnes présentant une maladie neurologique : revue narrative de la littérature

Contribution of augmented reality as a technological aid for maintaining the autonomy of people with a neurological disease: a narrative review of the literature

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Summary :

Introduction. Cognitive disorders can limit participation of people with neurological diseases in daily life activities, and more specifically when navigating in their outdoor environment. Augmented Reality (AR) tools seem promising for compensating these difficulties.
Aim. Our main objective was to detail and discuss the existing application fields of AR devices for people with neurological disorders.
Methods. We conducted our literature review between August and September 2021 using 2 databases: Medline and Scopus, with the following keywords: “augmented reality” AND: “neurological” (and synonyms: “neurology”, “neurologic”), “disorientation”, “mild cognitive”, “aid”, “cognition”.
Results. We selected and analysed 13 studies. The selected articles show a good acceptance of AR devices by the participants. Research focused on navigation tasks showed that most of the participants were able to complete the navigation task without any other assistance. The notion of cognitive load
which influences the user’s safety during the navigation task when using augmented reality, was often taken into account.
Conclusion. We defined a framework for the use of AR that can be applied in rehabilitation and to consider its future use in the person’s environment as a technological aid for spatial navigation. Further studies on the cognitive load in people with neurological pathology are necessary to compare the results obtained to ones on healthy participants.

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  • Manon Perrier

    Ergothérapeute DE
    Service de médecine physique
    et de réadaptation – CHU de Rennes
    2, rue Henri-le-Guilloux
    35000 Rennes, France
    manon.perrier@chu-rennes.fr


  • Léa Pillette

    Docteur en informatique
    École centrale de Nantes (AAU), France
    & Inria (Univ. Rennes, IRISA, CNRS),
    France
    lea.pillette@ensc.fr


  • Jean-Marie Normand

    Enseignant-chercheur
    École centrale de Nantes (AAU), France
    & Inria (Univ. Rennes, IRISA, CNRS)
    France
    jean-marie.normand@ec-nantes.fr


  • Anatole Lécuyer

    Directeur de recherche Inria
    Inria (Univ. Rennes, IRISA, CNRS), France
    anatole.lecuyer@inria.fr


  • Guillaume Moreau

    Enseignant-chercheur
    IMT Atlantique (Lab-STICC), France
    & Inria (IRISA, CNRS), France
    guillaume.moreau@imt-atlantique.fr


  • Mélanie Cogné

    Médecin MPR
    Service de médecine physique
    et de réadaptation – CHU de Rennes
    & Inria (Univ. Rennes, IRISA, CNRS), France
    melanie.cogne@chu-rennes.fr


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