RehArkanoid: Arduino as a Low-cost Videogame Controller for a Serious Game


CEIG 2016: Congreso Español de Informática Gráfica pp. 89-93

Gregorio Soria-Tirado; Lidia Ortega-Alvarado; Félix Paulano-Godino; Francisco R. Feito; Matías Montávez-Sánchez



Abstract

Serious games have been introduced in many areas, especially in training but also in rehabilitation of patients. In this paper we describe the use of Arduino cheap technology to help in wrist rehabilitation. The objective contist of monitoring the patient's wrist movements while playing with a video game. The game has been implemented using the free distribution of the video-game engine Unity.


DOI: 10.2312/ceig.20161319

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@inproceedings{Soria2016,
author = {Gregorio Soria-Tirado and Lidia Ortega-Alvarado and F\'elix Paulano-Godino and Francisco Ram\'on Feito-Higueruela and Mat\'ias Mont\'avez-S\'anchez},
title = {RehArkanoid: Arduino as a Low-cost Videogame Controller for a Serious Game},
booktitle = {CEIG 2016: Congreso Español de Inform\'atica Gr\'afica},
pages = {89-93},
year = {2016},
address = {Salamanca (España), 13-16 Septiembre},
doi = {10.2312/ceig.20161319},
isbn = {978-3-03868-023-9}
}