Discover all the news and announcements of the RecoveryFun project.
Sharper Recovery Fun
During the Ancona event, organised by the Marche Polytechnic University, the Recovery Fun project gained high visibility. We conducted a short interview with Dr Valentina Tombolesi, who sum up the project.
Consortium meeting in Bucharest
5th consortium meeting in Bucharest for the Recoveryfun AAL project partners, hosted by Canarytech. It was a very productive two days of work.
VR calibration test
In recent days, we conducted a test with the participation of nine healthy volunteers to check some functionalities of the first integrated prototype of the system.
Mid-Term Review Antwerp
During the Mid-Term Review last April, we were fortunate to learn more about the roles and functions of the reviewers, the programme officer and also the Contac Point of the Italian Ministry of Health.
Consortium meeting at the ZURZACH Care headquarters
It was an important Consortium Meeting that was hosted at the Zurzach Care headquarters. The group CEO of the Swiss company group, Dr Serge Altmann, kicked of the proceedings.
Significant intervention by Zurzach Care on Swiss TV Telezüri
Swiss TV Telezüri talked about RecoveryFun, the first usability tests and how it can positively affect upper limb rehabilitation through VR.
We were present at the European Week of Active and Healthy Ageing event in Gdansk. It was a really positive experience where we had the opportunity to meet representatives of different components of the AAL ecosystem.
Consortium meeting in Ancona
On 28 and 29 June ‘22, the second Consortium Meeting of the European project RecoveryFun (after the first one in virtual mode) was held at the IRCCS-INRCA venue in Villa Gusso, Ancona (Italy).
After a successful kick-off in January ’22, the RecoveryFun project partners, through workshops in Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands, identified the functional and non-functional requirements of the technologies and the integrated platform with the involvement of different healthcare professionals.
In January, kick-off for RecoveryFun, an innovative project where Virtual Reality (VR), Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are used for a telerehabilitation system tailored to older people. With exergames and Virtual Reality, the recovery from a chronic condition, or after an acute event, does not have to be tiring and boring, but can be enjoyable and fun.