Duckworth, J., Mumford, N., Caeyenberghs, K., Eldridge, R. M, Mayson, S., Thomas, P. R, Shum, D., Williams, G. & Wilson, PH. (2015). Resonance: An interactive tabletop artwork for co-located group rehabilitation and play. Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Access to Learning, Health and Well-Being. Part III.,9177 420-431. Germany: Springer Verlag. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20684-4_41
In this paper we describe the design and development of Resonance, an interactive tabletop artwork that targets upper-limb movement rehabilitation for patients with an acquired brain injury. The artwork consists of several interactive game environments, which enable artistic expression, exploration and play. Each environment aims to encourage collaborative, cooperative, and competitive modes of interaction for small groups ( 2-4 ) of co-located participants. We discuss how participants can perform movement tasks face-to-face with others using tangible user interfaces in creative and engaging activities. We pay particular attention to design elements that support multiple users and discuss preliminary user evaluation of the system. Our research indicates that group based rehabilitation using Resonance has the potential to stimulate a high level of interest and enjoyment in patients; facilitates social interaction, complements conventional therapy; and is intrinsically motivating.
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