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Who and where are we. Presenter: Tonny Jæger, Development-physiotherapist and Master of Information Technology From Funen hospital Birgitte E Mathiessen Peder Jest, Niels E. Pedersen From Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute for Production Tech. University of Southern Denmark

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Who and where are we

Who and where are we

  • Presenter:

    • Tonny Jæger, Development-physiotherapist and Master of Information Technology

  • From Funen hospital

    • Birgitte E Mathiessen

    • Peder Jest,

    • Niels E. Pedersen

  • From Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute for Production Tech. University of Southern Denmark

    • Henrik Hautop Lund

  • From Entertainment Robotics

    • Thomas Klitbo

  • From MedCom

    • Lars Hulbæk


Once upon a time

Once upon a time

  • In the summer 2000, professor Henrik Hautop Lund and Thomas Klitbo from the Maersk Institute started a collaboration with Kompan playground systems and equipment

  • Together they thougt out the idea ofbody games

    • from passive vertical soft- ware games

    • to active horizontal ”play- ware” games


From playing to training

From playing to training

  • If it is possible to make children move, why do we not try to use the same principles to make our patients train?

  • And maybe it is possible to be better to document the effect of various movements in the physioterapeutic treatment too?

  • Tonny,- try it out!

”We want to develop and test a prototype of a new rehabilitation tool”


From then to now

From then to now


Ideas wishes to the prototype

Ideas + wishes to the prototype

  • Both floor and wall-based tiles

  • More light (direction)

  • Plain surface

  • Easy to model


Prototype development

Prototype development

  • The designer at work

  • The programmer at work


The prototype tiles

The prototype tiles

  • Both floor and wall-based

    • Magnetic connections

    • Plain surface

  • More light

    • Colour shift with heavier weight

    • Possibilities in direction making

  • Easy to model

    • No plugs

    • Magnetic and infrared connections

    • Easy to recharge


The fieldtrial http www sygehusfyn dk wm216477

The fieldtrialhttp://www.sygehusfyn.dk/wm216477


Some of the results from the fieldtrial

Some of the results from the fieldtrial

  • Fitness training with colourrace and stepper (>75% hrm)

  • Coordination training with colourrace at wall

  • Balance training with longstep

  • ”It´s a needed new individual training device

  • Competition is motivating

  • Further development is needed, e.g.

    • Easier to use for the patients

    • More possibilities for the therapist

    • Better reliability

      The whole report (in Danish) at http://www.sygehusfyn.dk/wm214159


Further possibilities today

Further possibilities today


Possibilities in the future http www steptest dk index php

Possibilities in the futurehttp://www.steptest.dk/index.php


Thank you for your attention

Thank You for Your attention

Any questions?


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