ARLATI, SARA

ARLATI, SARA  

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A protocol for the comparison of reaching gesture kinematics in physical versus immersive virtual reality 1-gen-2020 Sara ArlatiGiancarlo FerrignoMarco Sacco +
A Virtual Reality-Based Physical and Cognitive Training System Aimed at Preventing Symptoms of Dementia 1-gen-2018 Arlati S.MRAKIC-SPOSTA, SIMONA +
Age-related differences in the kinematics of aimed movements in immersive virtual reality: a preliminary study 1-gen-2022 Arlati, SaraFerrigno, GiancarloSacco, Marco +
Architecture of a virtual reality and semantics-based framework for the return to work of wheelchair users 1-gen-2017 ARLATI, SARAMOTTURA, STEFANOFERRIGNO, GIANCARLOSACCO, MARCO +
Assessment of the usability of an immersive virtual supermarket for the cognitive rehabilitation of elderly patients: A pilot study on young adults 1-gen-2018 Arlati, SaraSacco, MarcoFerrigno, Giancarlo +
Computational model of CO2 removal in a prototype for neonatal Total Liquid Ventilation. 1-gen-2014 BONFANTI, MIRKOBAGNOLI, PAOLAARLATI, SARACAMMI, ANTONIOCOSTANTINO, MARIA LAURA
Customization of domestic environment and physical training supported by virtual reality and semantic technologies: A use-case 1-gen-2017 Colombo, VeraSacco, MarcoArlati, Sara +
Design of a Virtual Reality-based Framework for Supporting the Work Reintegration of Wheelchair Users 1-gen-2016 ARLATI, SARAFERRIGNO, GIANCARLO +
Rehabilitation of Post-COVID Patients: A Virtual Reality Home-Based Intervention Including Cardio-Respiratory Fitness Training 1-gen-2022 Biffi, EAmbrosini, EPedrocchi, AArlati, S +
Sense of presence and cybersickness while cycling in virtual environments: Their contribution to subjective experience 1-gen-2018 Arlati, SaraFerrigno, GiancarloSacco, Marco +
The Smart Home Simulator: a Semantic Mixed-Reality application for domestic environments configuration 1-gen-2016 S. Arlati +
Virtual environments for cognitive and physical training in elderly with mild cognitive impairment: A pilot study 1-gen-2017 ARLATI, SARASACCO, MARCO +