Developing virtual environments with intelligent interface agents to support virtual treatments

Rosa Maria E. M. da CostaLuís Alfredo Vidal de CarvalhoLídia S. CardosoElie CheniauxVera M. B. Werneck

In general, people who have suffered brain damage, have to perform physical therapies in order to recover lost physical movements. These patients rarely follow treatments associated with cognitive stimulation practices. This paper proposes the integration of inter-institutional collaborative groups to construct and use 3D virtual environments to support cognitive rehabilitation of people with different types of brain damage. These environments may contain intelligent interface agents that help the patient perform the proposed tasks. As there are certain groups in the context of the INRIA working in this field, the integration of researchers from Brazil and France could open new perspectives for the development of new technological applications and new ways of using these environments.

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