Microsoft has published an article on Evolv in their online Customer Stories section to highlight our pioneering use of the Azure Kinect in our newly launched EvolvRehab Kit. Evolv’s relationship with Microsoft goes back a long time, and a number of people there played a crucial role in our successful integration of the Azure Kinect in our software and hardware platform.
The article looks at how Evolv is using not only the Azure Kinect but also the Azure platform to make virtual rehabilitation more accessible to patients out into the community and even in the home through telerehabilitation. Evolv is currently working with Microsoft on different projects to provide remote rehabilitation and prevention services in various parts of the world.
The article also mentions the UK’s National Institute of Health and Research (NIHR) funding of a telerehabilitation project using the EvolvRehab Kit with stroke survivors. The project is being run in conjunction with Hobbs Rehabilitation, a private clinic that provides specialist inpatient and outpatient neurological rehabilitation across the south of England, and with the University of Winchester.