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Virtual Reality Therapy

The goal of this project is to create a software solution for Virtual Reality Therapy which gives a therapist the possibility to select from...

PENguin – Training graphomotor skills in a playful way

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw5_O6-ovp8&t=77s In the past few years, it was observed that fine motor, graphomotor and writing motor skills...

Project KINECT – Accuracy of the Kinect V2 sensor

Project KINECT In physiotherapy currently a goniometer is generally used to measure an joint angle however this method cannot provide objective evidence because measuring results...

Healthcare Wearables – State of the Art ?

This is a dummy page, but anyone can research on that in fall 2015

eHealth Wallet

The aim of eHealth Wallet is to close the gap between pre-clinical examinations and hospital admission. At the moment, still most of the medical reports...

CAR-E – A open-source speech assistance for elderly people

Looking over the past decades and into the future, we are witnessing a global shift towards an increasingly ageing population. Alongside this...

Train & Win

As you may remember, the aim of this project is to design a training system for elderly, which uses the Microsoft Kinect as a...

Dr. BellyWell – keep your belly well

Dr. BellyWell is an application, which assists patients receiving gastric bypass surgeries. The focus is on giving those patients valuable information before their scheduled intervention and to primarily support their recovery after the surgery.

LiFeStream – Improving communication in out of hosptial cardiac arrest

LiFeStream is a research project during a master course called digital healthcare in a project team of three members within four Semesters. The research project...

RisPaD- A notepad for Radiologists

The RISPAD – Project ( project UPDATE SS 2016) Demonstrating the Implementation of a RIS-PACS compatible handout Documentation system Into An Existing Examination. Authors.: Ganster Barbara and...