This app is a project produced by a team of EE4951W Senior Design Project students at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities for the Spring 2015 semester.
Note: this app requires at least two Android devices with Android 4.4+ and Bluetooth 2.0+ to function.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a neurological injury with a wide range of symptoms. Patients affected by TBI often have damaged visual and coordination skills. For patients to regain these skills, they must undergo occupational therapy rehabilitation.
TBI rehabilitation relies on the concept of neuroplasticity - the brain’s ability to regain lost functionality by making new connections between neurons and synapses. Rehabilitation options are usually expensive and inconvenient to patients, and this app aims to remedy that by providing a FREE alternative that is portable and user-friendly to patients.
The app works by connecting several Android devices via Bluetooth and behaves as a whack-a-mole game, with one of the phones designated as a Master device (Bluetooth device name must be 'Master' without the quotes). First, start by pairing all the button phones to the Master device via Bluetooth, then launch the SwiftReact app on the Master, followed by the button phones.
Having problems? Read the instruction manual: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3XnZp-lVfaVV0tpQjFuT2tScHM&authuser=0
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