This consortium is focused on the validation of the working hypothesis “The use of non-invasive technological systems and virtual environment improve emotional and motor levels in children with Cerebral Palsy.”. To this end, we would like to create a novel and innovative system: the virtual emotion Child (VEChild). Our system will be comprised of customizable virtual environments, together with low-cost devices capable of capturing emotions in children with Cerebral Palsy. Moreover, we would like to analyse the increments in fine motor rehabilitation using our system and correlating these results with the emotions of the participants in the period of intervention.
LINES OF RESEARCH
1. Strengthening and consolidating the multidisciplinary team, establishing the corresponding strategies for seeking financing inherent to the hypothesis set forth in this document.
2. Selecting samples that are significant at the statistical level that can prove the hypothesis.
3. Collecting the results at the clinical level and at kinematic level that are generated once the working hypothesis is validated.
4. Publishing the results obtained within the scope of Journal Citation Reports (JCR) in high-impact journals, if possible, located within the First Quartile.
5. Generating knowledge transfer.
MEMBERS OF THE CONSORTIUM
IP: Sergio Albiol University of Zaragoza – Research Group of Psychology and Technological Applications” (INPAT))
University of Zaragoza:
Dept. Information Technology and Systems Engineering. Eva Cerezo
Dept. Business Law. Pedro Bueso Guillen
University of Lleida:
Hospital Miguel Servet of Zaragoza – Service of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Juan Carlos Aragues
University of Cauca (Colombia) – Dept. Systems. Cesar Alberto Collazos
- Multimodal systems,
- Virtual Rehabilitation
- Multimedia applications
- Exercise Science
- Sports Medicine
- Multilevel modelling