Tag Search - 'Virtual Reality'

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Exploring assessment of prospective memory after stroke utilizing virtual reality

Posted on Wednesday 29th September 2021

New paper by Hopkins Researcher Dr Christy Hogan explores the assessment of prospective memory after stroke utilising virtual reality. This work has helped to clarify that PM impairment does exist after stroke, possibly due to a problem in strategic monitoring. Additionally, this work demonstrates that VR technology can be used in the measurement of cognitive function post-stroke

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Wednesday 29th September 2021     Stroke, Virtual Reality, Prospective Memory


New innovations in virtual reality to transform brain injury rehabilitation

Posted on Thursday 20th August 2020

Researchers from The Hopkins Centre are leading the field in tackling spatial neglect, one of the most mysterious challenges experienced by people with brain injuries. Using an artificial intelligence (AI) enabled virtual reality system, Dr. David Painter, Professor Heidi Zeeman and Professor Trevor Hine recently won Australia's first ever Bionics Queensland Challenge in the category of ‘Neural and AI-Enabled Bionics’. Dr Painter will use the $50,000 prize money to fast track this cutting-edge bold idea into a better solution for people with spatial neglect following brain injury.

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Hopkins Hour Event Resources: 'Virtual Reality for Chronic Pain'

Posted on Tuesday 28th July 2020

Hopkins Hour Event Resources: 'Virtual Reality for Chronic Pain'

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Meet and Mingle - research expose and virtual reality experience

Posted on Thursday 4th April 2019

The fifth successful Meet and Mingle event was held this week, with the focus on centre research into autism, policy and service systems, and the exploration of virtual reality technology.

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