We would like to introduce all partners of the EU-project SUITCEYES

University of Borås, Sweden (HB) [project coordinator]

The university of Borås has approximately 12 000 students and over 700 employees. Several of the educational programs at the university of Borås are only available at this institution. Via the Swedish School of Textiles and Swedish School of Library and Information Science the university is the project coordinator of SUITCEYES and is  responsible for developing the smart, haptic interface by using smart textiles.

If you are interested in getting further information, please click here.

Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas, Greece (CERTH)

The Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) is listed among the TOP-20 EU research centers. The Information Technologies Institute is a part of CERTH and is engaged in research of the the field of Informatics, Telematics and Telecommunication Technologies. In the SUITCEYES project, CERTH is responsible for face and object recognition, data capture, translation, and semantics.

You can get further information on this webpage.

University of Offenburg, Germany (HSO)

The affective lab is a part of the faculty Media and Information at the university of Offenburg. The focus of this lab is the development of context-aware and interactive systems which integrate a playful and fun character (gamification). In the project SUITCEYES the affective lab will create the gamification parts of the smart textile and is responsible for the social interaction.

For further information, please visit the webpage.

University of Leeds, Great Britian (UNILEEDS)

The university of Leeds is one of the largest higher education institutions in the UK. It covers a breadth of disciplines and strives to go beyond legal duties to create a positive environment for the diverse community of staff and students, such as promoting gender equality or recruiting the best students regardless of their background. In the SUITCEYES project the university of Leeds is responsible for user needs studies and social inclusion as well as navigation and environmental perception.

If you are interested, please click here.

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands (VU)

The Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam is an institution which is interested in not only gaining deeper, but also wider knowledge. They are highly linked to people and society, encourage free and open communication and ideas and stand for academic freedom and independence. The responsibilities of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the EU-project SUITCEYES are haptic psychophysics and testing the prototype.

This is the webpage of the university, please visit for further information.

Les Doigts Qui Rêvent, France (LDQR)

Les Doigts Qui Rêvent is a company which creates and produces Tactile Illustrated Books (TIBs) for visually impaired children. Their vision is to integrate blind children into society and to sensitize public librarians to the need for TiBs in their libraries. The dissemination of the results of the SUITCEYES EU-project is the main contribution of Les Doigts Qui Rêvent.

More information on the company on their webpage.

Harpo Sp. z o.o., Poland (HARPO)

Harpo develops and delivers a range of assistive technology solutions for people with various disabilities. Thanks to their expertise in communication to blind persons they have developed and produce range of equipment. The products support literacy, help with early acquaintance to technology, help with mobility etc. The vision of Harpo is to eliminate the obstacles in interacting with the world when it comes to disabled people. In the project SUITCEYES the dissemination and exploitation of the results are the main responsibilities of Harpo.

If you want to get more information, please visit the webpage.

 

 

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