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Telfor Journal
2015, vol. 7, br. 2, str. 97-102
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan

Interactive multimedia system using serious game for users with motor disabilities
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aDepartment de Ciencies Matematiques i Informatica, University de les Illes Balears, Palma, Spain
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Saobraćajni fakultet



Razvoj novih metoda i alata za unapređenje performansi, mrežne i ekonomske efikasnosti telekomunikacionih mreža naredne generacije (MPNTR - 32025)
Razvoj visokokvalitetnih uređaja posebne namene na bazi novih tehnologija kristalnih jedinki (MPNTR - 32048)
Partially supported by the projects 28/2011 (Ajudesgrupscompetitius UGIVIA) granted by the Govern de les Illes Balears; TIN2012-35427 of the Spanish Government


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User demotivation is habitual in a long-term rehabilitation process, because this process usually consists in repetitive and intensive activities which become boring after hundreds of sessions. Research studies have shown that serious games help to motivate users in a rehabilitation process. Motor rehabilitation consists of body movements that can be captured and patients can have difficulties in holding physical devices. For this reason, therapy studies include vision input devices and propose what features are desirable for rehabilitation serious games. In this paper, we present a case of success, an interactive multimedia system using a serious game to improve abilities of patients with cerebral palsy.

Ključne reči

health care; kinect; motor rehabilitation; multimedia; serious game; vision-based interaction


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