[Abstract+References] Ubiquitous gamification framework for stroke rehabilitation treatment based on the web service

Abstract

Every year a large number of people survives from the stroke. To overcome the muscular rigidity, the survivors should participate the rehabilitation program regularly. Above all things, the motivation of the survivors easily collapses and hinder the participating the rehabilitation program. As a consequence, finding a good motivator for individual survivors is an important task for the caregivers and the therapists. This paper utilizes an individualized game for a motivator and proposes a ubiquitous gamification framework for stroke rehabilitation using web-services. The framework provides a formal interface to embrace individualized games and devices and motivates the survivors to participate the rehabilitation process in daily life.

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