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Title: Design Aspects for Rehabilitation Games for MS Patients
Authors: NOTELAERS, Sofie 
ROBERT, Karel 
CONINX, Karin 
Issue Date: 2010
Source: Proceedings of Design and Engineering of Game-like Virtual and Multimodal Environments (DEnG-VE).
Abstract: Computer-supported rehabilitation can bene t many groups of patients. However, when designing such a therapy, it is important to take the characteristics of the patient popula- tion and the wishes of the therapists involved into account. This paper therefore focuses on the requirements of rehabilitation games for Multiple Sclerosis patients. As we have created a system for rehabilitating Multiple Sclerosis, based on a virtual environment with force feedback, we will discuss how these requirements can be met using the rehabilitation system as an example.
Keywords: Rehabilitation, virtual environments, haptics
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Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
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