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Milestone 1

Review of state of the art technology and initial experimentation

Milestone 2

Development of a VR environment and devices based on bio-mechanical profiles

Milestone 2

Development of a VR environment and devices based on bio-mechanical profiles



Generate a VR environment for rehabilitation exercises that allows users to socialise, play and compare progress to aid motivation in rehabilitation.


Develop new approaches for non-invasive, accurate anatomical and mobility data collection that retains user dignity.

Use a variety of advanced methods to build a biomechanical profile of patient injury in order to develop bespoke VR controllers aligned with specialised rehabilitation approaches.

Create new additive controller housing structures that blend external physical requirements with internal actuation properties.


Use advanced Human-Centred Design techniques to generate and evaluate emotional, cognitive, aesthetic and social requirements.


Extend the principles of design for manufacture for additive structures to deliver practical and viable controller housings.


Develop a detailed commercialisation and exploitation plan to take the VRHAB-IT platform to the market.


Implement and test the proposed platform through three distinct case studies involving different participants.

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The team will meet again in Malta this March to discuss the current progress and the work for the next 6 months.

VRHAB-IT Platform

Supporting patient recovery through VR by providing a challenging physical and psychological context based on the principles of customisation, participation, and digital integration


To make rehabilitation
Part of play

Who said that rehabilitation should be a nuisance activity? Video games using VR technology, aimed specifically to carry out intervention in target areas allow rehabilitation to be exciting and pleasing. In other words, an activity to look forward to!

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