PhD Candidate at the University of Madeira and Researcher at the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI). Research in Brain-Computer Interfaces, Physiological Computing, Virtual/Augmented Reality and Serious Games for Neurorehabilitation


UMa / M-ITI Open Day

NeuroRehab Lab had the chance to demonstrate the current work in stroke rehabilitation with the use of interactive technologies at the University of Madeira/M-ITI open day.
The demonstration included part of the technology used for motor and cognitive deficits like a gamified version of a cancellation test using hand tracking in a Google TV, Android phone and of-course desktop versions in Windows and MacOS.
In addition, the RehabNet project architecture was introduced including the incorporation of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI's) for neurofeedback.

Open Day

Video of the local news report can be found here: http://youtu.be/mnwIftufI7U

Exploring the Human Brain Through Virtual Environment Interaction

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