The iGame Project
iGame is a 4-year pan European project funded by the EU H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions under Research and Innovation Staff Exchange programme.
The project investigates evidence-based gamification techniques for eHealth and mHealth and develops a multi-dimensional intervention support architecture to improve the efficacy of gamified eHealth products (web-based health tools and health apps).
The iGame project aims at developing advanced game production techniques with ready-to-use toolkits to accelerate the innovation process for eHealth and mHealth apps. Outputs of the project will help the digital industry (games, IoT and ICT) to innovate new products and services with science and technology underpinnings.
The project consortium comprises 6 Europen partners across the breadth of digital game technology, health behavioural change and clinical evaluations, IoT, mobile app and cloud services development. the iGame project provides a framework to build inter-disciplinary and inter-sectorial collaborations. The goal of the project is to transfer knowledge, develop skills and market upscaling to meet the extreme challenges and enormous opportunities for large-scale and cost-effective eHealth interventions.
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Motion Sensor Ready for Testing
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Presentation at WCPT 2019
Professor Anot Cuesta-Vargas has made a presentation at the WCPT 2019 conference on a topic of "Promoting physiotherapy...
Face-to-Face Consortium Meeting in Campobasso, Italy
The second face-to-face consortium meeting has been held in project partner organisation SsesorID in Campobasso, Italy...