The SUITCEYES consortium is happy to announce that a special track coordinated by project partners CERTH and HB was accepted by the organizers of the SEMAPRO 2019 conference, and took place on September 24th in Porto, Portugal. The special track was titled “SyMpATHY: Semantic Technologies for Healthcare and Accessibility Applications”. As its name indicates, the special track aimed to serve as a venue for presenting and discussing novel ideas, experiences… Continue Reading SUITCEYES at SEMAPRO conference
On 5th – 6th December the 4th SUITCEYES consortium meeting took place at Offenburg University. The meeting kicked off with members providing updates on their respective work packages. However, the focal point of these two days were three separate participatory ideation and co-design workshops. One of the workshops held, was a co-creation session with Russ Palmer and Riitta Lahtinen. The goal of this session was to create gamified scenarios that can… Continue Reading Consortium meeting in Offenburg
The study on gamification, conducted in Germany, was documented in a local magazine of Paulinenpflege Winnenden e.V. If you are interested in further details, click here and see page 4.
Having created a prototype for the gamified scenario titled Follow Your Partner, designed to help individuals with deafblindness learn how to navigate with the vest, it was time to conduct a pilot study. The study, part of the SUITCEYES project, took place this November in Stuttgart and at Offenburg University with four individuals with deafblindness. The Follow Your Partner scenario revolves around a fictional story involving two persons: the wearer… Continue Reading “Follow Your Partner” – SUITCEYES Pilot Study
SUITCEYES paper got awarded the 2nd prize for best paper award at SEMAPRO 2019, The Thirteenth International Conference on Advances in Semantic Processing, held in Porto, Portugal, during September 22-26, 2019. See the award here 2nd prize best paper award
Two representatives of the University of Borås presented the project at the “Smart Materials and Surfaces – SMS Conference” on 23-25 Oct 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. For more information please click Here
Our project has been presented in a Swedish magazine of the Association for Visual Rehabilitation. For more information, please see page 5 in the following .pdf document.
On 22nd August 2019 the symposium “Haptic Communication – Breaking the Barriers for Inclusion and Participation” took place at the Textile Fashion Centre in the University of Borås, Sweden. The symposium aimed at addressing the issue of deafblindness from a number or perspectives: personal experiences, policies, science and technology research and linguistics amongst others.
SUITCEYES was featured on the Canadian news website newatlas.com where they have published their article “Haptic-feedback clothing designed to guide the deafblind”. Click here to view the article.
Cnbeta.com informs its users on the SUITCEYES project in this article here.