Together with a consortium including the Universities from London, Pisa, Malta and Glasgow we are developing the PRIME-VR2 rehabilitation program for patients with upper body motor impairment particularly of the hands, fingers, wrists and forearms.
Through the process of iteration, the related Universities and tech companies are building upon a setup existing of custom-made controllers connected to VR headsets. By the use of AI, a self-learning therapy is being developed for future therapies. The project is funded by the EU and expected to be released in 2022 in order to start helping patients across many different countries. See prime-vr2.eu for more information.
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Implement a complete set of software tools to act as a reference for the integration of games and hardware development.