Epilepsy diagnosis is typically performed through 2Dvideo-EEG monitoring, relying on the viewer's subjective interpretation of the patient's movements of interest. Several attempts at quantifying seizure movements have been performed in the past using 2D marker-based approaches, which have several drawbacks for the clinical routine (e.g. occlusions, lack of precision, and discomfort for the patient). These drawbacks are overcome with a 3D markerless approach. Recently, we published the development of a single-bed 3Dvideo-EEG system using a single RGB-D camera (Kinect v1). In this contribution, we describe how we expanded the previous single-bed system to a multi-bed departmental one that has been managing 6.61 Terabytes per day since March 2016. Our unique dataset collected so far includes 2.13 Terabytes of multimedia data, corresponding to 278 3Dvideo-EEG seizures from 111 patients. To the best of the authors' knowledge, this system is unique and has the potential of being spread to multiple EMUs around the world for the benefit of a greater number of patients.
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