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Thursday, June 28 • 3:45pm - 4:05pm
Can I Lend You a Hand? How to Make Engaging Games for Neuromuscular Prosthesis Training

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The target audience of MyoBeatz are patients after arm and hand amputation, who are waiting to receive prostheses and patients, who had a nerve and muscle transfer. Both patient groups need to engage in neuromuscular training to either be able to fully control their prosthesis or to properly use the transferred muscle. The demographic of the target audience is broad as the need for a prosthesis or a muscle transfer usually is the result of accidents or diseases not discriminated by age, gender, ethnicity or social status.

Speakers
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Fares Kayali

Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Technology
Fares Kayali is a researcher, educator and designer living and working in Vienna, Austria. He is assistant professor at the Human-Computer Interaction Group at the Vienna University of Technology and co-founder of the Positive Impact Games Lab (http://piglab.org). Fares is principal... Read More →
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Cosima Prahm

Research Assistant, Medical University of Vienna
Cosima Prahm is close to completing her PhD in Clinical Neuroscience at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria. She works as a research assistant at the CD Laboratory for Reconstruction of Extremity Function, which is part of the Clinic for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Her... Read More →


Thursday June 28, 2018 3:45pm - 4:05pm
Room 105