Guest editorial Sue Valerie Gray Cobb, P.J. Standen, David Brown and Pedro Gamito Sue Valerie Gray Cobb is User involvement in virtual and augmented technologies and games for rehabilitation and learning: ICDVRAT-ITAG special issue Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, The ICDVRAT conference series was initiated by Paul Sharkey, University of Reading, UK in 1996 Nottingham, UK. and since continued to run as a biennial international conference held in different locations P.J. Standen is Professor at the worldwide. Over this time, Paul established a research community of over 1,000 members from Division of Rehabilitation and 35 countries with a range of interests in the application of virtual reality (VR) and its associated Ageing, University of technologies for the beneficial use in assessment, treatment and support of individuals with disability, Nottingham, Nottingham, UK. impairment or support needs. An overview of the range of technologies and applications covered by David Brown is Professor at the the conference, to celebrate its ten-year anniversary, was reported in Cobb and Sharkey (2007). School of Science and Paul also established a wonderful resource in the ICDVRAT archive available at: www.icdvrat.org/ Technology, Nottingham Trent archive.htm comprising full and short papers presented at all ICDVRAT conferences.
Journal of Enabling Technologies – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 17, 2019