Great success at Australia’s largest e-health conference
We are happy to announce that the UTS Games Studio will have a strong presence at the Australia’s largest e-health, digital health, and health informatics conference this year.
Three high-quality papers in the field of serious games for health have been accepted for publication.
The accepted manuscripts are:
1. Assessment of manual dexterity in VR: Towards a fully-automated version of the Box and Blocks Test
by visiting scholar Edwin Ona and Games Studio Co-directors Dr. Jaime Garcia and Dr. William Raffe
2. Project ELAINE: Creating Innovative Asynchronous Exergames to Encourage an Active Ageing Lifestyle
by A/Prof Valerie Gay, BSc in Games Development Students Natassja Sundara and Georgette Tabor, A/Prof Tuck Wah Leong and Games Studio Co-director Dr. Jaime Garcia
3. A Virtual Reality Game-like Tool for Assessing the Risk of Falling in the Elderly
by Games Studio Co-director Dr. Jaime Garcia
About the conference:
HISA Australia’s digital health community invites you to be part of Australia’s premier digital health, e-health and health informatics conference, HIC 2019, in Melbourne from 12-14 August. With delegates from all over Australia gathering to share the latest digital health research, case studies, trends and technology advances, HIC is the digital health and health informatics conference and expo to attend this year.