We constantly strive to engage with researchers and clinicians to stay at the forefront of medical science and technology development.
Pilot implementation (2019) of our system (prototype 0.2) in Gentofte Hospital – combining immersive VR technology and pedal systems to motivate and empower inactive elderly in-patients to be more active.
(study population size: Patients N = 39, clinicians N = 18)
Participatory IT project (2019), developing our system (prototype 0.1) and exploring the feasibility of our customized VR concept for inactive elderly in-patients at Gentofte Hospital.
(study population size: Patients N = 45, clinicians N = 12)
Ethnography (2018), exploring problems and needs through ethnographic field work at Gentofte Hospital – getting content understanding from patients and clinicians everyday life and work in a hospital.
(study population size: Patients N = 20, clinicians N = 5).
Bendtsen, F. H. (2020). Implementing a Virtual Reality Assisted Exercise Product in two Medical Departments: A pilot study on what it takes to implement a new digital intervention as a tool for healthcare professionals. MSc thesis. Dept. of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. 121 pp. Supervisor: Finn Kensing.
Henriksen, M. B. (2020). IT Innovation in Practice: Methods and Processes in the Startup SYNCSENSE. A learning project based on the agile user-driven design process for product development and implementation of an immersive virtual reality HMD prototype in a hospital. BSc report. Dept. of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. 103 pp. Supervisor: Finn Kensing.
Nissen, K. J. (2019). Challenges for SME's in Recruiting Representative End-users for User Trials. BSc report. Technical University of Denmark. 24 pp. Supervisors: Henning Boje Andersen & Claus Cramer-Petersen.
Andersen, S. B. & Petersen, S. V. (2019). Virtual Reality as a Healthcare Intervention: From Idea to Minimum Viable Product. A participatory IT project exploring the capabilities of a customized virtual reality concept for elderly hospitalized patients. MSc thesis. Dept. of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. 165 pp. Supervisors: Finn Kensing & Charlotte Suetta.
Andersen, S. B., Rasmussen, C. K. and Frøkjær, E. (2017). Bringing Content Understanding into Usability Testing in Complex Application Domains — a Case Study in eHealth. Springer International Publishing. Part I. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 10288. pp. 327–341.