Exhibitors 2022



Result for TAG "Wellness & Healthcare"



CRC - Centro Ricerca e Cura - Donatella Tomaiuoli | Politecnico di Milano - Franca Garzotto

In the stutterings rehabilitation, the use of VR and biosensors increases the effectiveness of treatments, reducing time and costs.

  B.22 (pav. B)

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa - Daniele Leonardis, Cristian Camardella, Domenico Chiaradia, Cristian Camardella, Tommaso Bagneschi, Antonio Frisoli

Wearable devices can not only sense signals, but also provide tactile feedback in immersive Virtual Reality and active motor assitance to the user. We show development of soft hand exoskeletons and haptic gloves for research applications in the field of VR neuro-rehabilitation.

  B.27 (pav. B)

Carlotta Soddu; Prof. Lorenzo Imbesi; Pezzella, Laura, Designer Piazzo, Francesca, Designer

Zefiro is a 3D-printed pencil case equipped with Arduino sensors that is able to monitor the air quality in classrooms, making in-person classes a safer experience. Air pollution is usually underestimated while it may hinder teaching and learning experiences, as well as contribute to a rise in virus transmittal risk. Its light (LED) signals make it clear if it is necessary to open or close the window, limiting movements and distractions. The system aims to be cheaper and more accessible than standard air monitoring systems.

  D.25 (pav. D)

Federico Machetti, Albis Veli classe V A Elettronica e Robotica IIS Tito Sarrocchi Siena.

An IOT functionality offered by the network added to an electric wheelchair will get the Automated_Smart Weelchair, a tool to facilitate the daily life of disabled people.

 
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