The prototype created for the Repetitive movements project was presented at the S4 Event of the Fontys School of Information and Communication Technology at Club Smederij, Spoorzone, Tilburg on Tuesday June 18th. The prototype is up and working, translating repetitive movement signals traced by a common smartphone to an interface that could help professionals in mental care.
Lector Mark de Graaf summarized that the Repetitive movements project has reached its short term goal. We expected that it would be feasible to build a functional prototype with ready to use hardware, said De Graaf. This prototype shows that our assumptions were not wrong. The students were congratulated on their result by Nick Welman on behalf of the center of expertise Interaction Design.
On the picture the students of the Repetitive movements team (left to right): Dylan, Alexander, Jules, Diederik and Bart.