Our research covers many areas of health, wellbeing and accessibility. In recent years we have investigated how contemporary technologies, like wearables and VR headsets, can be used in health and wellbeing scenarios. A longer running research area has been novel non-visual interaction techniques to improve the accessibility of information.
- SAM: monitoring child attachment difficulties
- Reminder apps for people with acquired brain injury
- Sonifying astronomical data for visually impaired scientists
- ABBI (Audio Bracelet for Blind Interaction): interactions for visually impaired children
- MMH (Multi Memo Home): home reminders for elderly people