VR for COVID Rehab
From March 2021 to March 2023 the VR4REHAB project is extended to take its innovative turn towards VR for Covid-19 rehabilitation.
Virtual and Augmented Reality and AR can help optimizing rehabilitation protocols, accelerating patients’ recovery, promoting treatment adherence, and easing reintegration into daily life.
“We have seen the benefits of virtual reality applied to rehabilitation during the first phase of the project now we look forward to applying it to help patients who have suffered from COVID-19.”
VR4REHAB offers a solution for better and personalized healthcare, through the co-creation of Virtual Reality-based rehabilitation tools.
The VR4REHAB consortium now consists of:
- Sint Maartenskliniek (the Netherlands)
- European Association for Extended Reality (EuroXR) (Belgium)
- St. Mauritius Therapieklinik (Germany)
- Teesside University (UK)
- Université de Lille 1 – Sciences et Technologies (France)
- Games Solution Lab (the Netherlands)
- University College Cork (Ireland)
- In4Care (Belgium)