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Revolutionising rehabilitation after a stroke

The Gameball Platform from Neurofenix is an innovative approach that’s set to revolutionise rehabilitation. Taking inspiration from the world of computer games, it aims to make physiotherapy more affordable and enjoyable for everyone. more >
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Mapmyhealth: digital tools to manage diabetes

Nominet Trust is funding Mapmyhealth to develop a prototype and set up the thorough clinical testing it needs to help more people live well with diabetes. more >
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Learnable: putting teens in control of their asthma

Tiny Medical Apps is working to save lives by taking essential asthma information off the page and onto young people’s smartphones. more >
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TapSOS: saving lives with smarter emergency calls

TapSOS harnesses users’ smartphones to store medical history and personal information. With just a couple of swipes it instantly shares this data with the emergency services, along with exact GPS co-ordinates to ensure a swift response. In domestic abuse cases, or even terrorist attacks, it offers a fast and discreet way to inform police exactly what’s happening. more >
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Patient’s Virtual Guide: a safe space to explore hospital

Driven by her experiences, Dom’s company Corporation Pop are creating Patient’s Virtual Guide, an innovative mobile app that explores exactly what happens during a hospital visit through a series of fun and stimulating game-like experiences. more >
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Helping stalking survivors get justice

One of the biggest barriers to getting justice is logging the right evidence. Police need a record of incidents that can be hard to pull together in one place. media co-op is developing a smartphone app to help tackle this. more >

Just: Transcription: building a fairer justice system

Just: Transcription harnesses the latest advances in speech-to-text technology, combined with IBM Watson’s artificial intelligence expertise. It doesn’t just produce word-perfect transcriptions. By gathering and analysing data from each trial it can offer new insight into what’s happening in today’s courts, to aid transparency and inspire improvement. more >
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Armchair Gallery App: bringing world-class art to over-65s

The Armchair Gallery App is an exciting new way to enjoy art for over-65s who cannot access art galleries. more >
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Creating a difference through communal making

Digital Makers is a pioneering creative arts programme that will use digital design technology to bring older people together in North Belfast to make new friends and expand their existing skills. more >
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Digital Doris: giving older people the chance to dance

The Moving Memory Dance Theatre Company developed Digital Doris to overcome the challenges older people face during movement-based workshops held in residential care homes and day care centres. These included physical limitations, like short-term memory loss and mobility problems, plus the venues’ limited space. more >