Cyber Care Clinique Living Lab

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Contact: 

Tunde Kallai, prolog-rtdi@gmx.ch

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Country: 
Switzerland

The swiss Cyber Care Living Lab (CCLL) aims to offer a novel virtual -reality-based healthcare system for integrated clinical and in-home services. It offers a viable and sustainable approachto addressing the complex needs of caring for people not only while they are being treated in a hospital, but follow them to their homes as well. As such it is strongly related to the EU’s Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) initiative.

Description of concept

TheCyber Care LivingLab (CCLL) in Rotkreuz  (Canton Zug) forms the foundation of a large variety of novel real-time applications where a new generation of input/output devices, digital environments and virtual humans create an interactive experience for the purpose of rehabilitation, telemedicine and home-based monitoring for Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). Our approach is to base the effectiveness of these methods on strong clinical evidence and make virtual reality therapy a vital element of clinical-, ambulatory- and home-based rehabilitation. We argue that such a model offers a more economical way of utilizing the power in virtual reality rehabilitation and creates a unified platform  allowing early results, medical treatment protocols and practical approaches to enter real-life clinics around Europe and the World.

References and track record

The Cyber Care Clinique (CCC) system is comprised of multiple configurable hardware software components, each addressing key aspects of the goals of specific rehabilitative needs.  The Cyber Care system we will base the foundation of the proposed Living Lab upon our core technology, called the Virtual Human Interface or VHI. The VHI has a modular architecture whereas each module plays a vital part in the process of rehabilitation .It has already been in use in Hungary successfully for virtual reality rehabilitation (for articles and  videos seewww.VirMED.net) and its general architecture can be freely and easily configured to address the  various needs of a large variety of health care applications. The services is addressed to three main user communities.