Applying 3D graphics for computerized cognitive rehabilitation
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In recent years, cognitive rehabilitation is shifting from paper-based to computer-based practice. Computerization entails several advantages, amount which the availability of a great amount of stimuli to be used within a wide-range of easily customizable exercises and the possibility to monitor the evolution of patient's skills. 3d computer graphics and gaiming technology is a way to improve the visual appeal of exercises and avoid the boredomness often associated to intensive rehabilitation training plans.
CitationAlloni, A., Tost, D., Panzarasa, S., Zuchella, C., Quaglini, S. Applying 3D graphics for computerized cognitive rehabilitation. A: "ICTs for improving patients rehabilitation research techniques : Second International Workshop, REHAB 2014, Oldenburg, Germany, May 20-23, 2014 : revised selected papers". 2015, p. 115-128.
DLSpringer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2015