This research investigate studies on multi-sensory environments (MSEs), based on studies and experimentations conducted in collaboration with Design Department of the Polytechnic of Milan. LudoMi Team, awarded at Polisocial Award 2017, aims to develop, through the adoption of innovative and low cost technologies, a new scenario of inclusion and learning within educational and health institutions, increasing the development of cognitive faculties and motor skills, promoting learning and improvement of communication and relational skills, balancing as much as possible the freedom of expression of users. We report the case study of Merlino: research project, developed to bridge the gap of lack of specialized services for children with intellectual disabilities living in suburban areas and therefore focuses on the flexibility of the service in order to make the operation financially sustainable.

Virtual reality for sensory

M. Bisson;S. Palmieri;S. A. Alberti di Catenajo
2019

Abstract

This research investigate studies on multi-sensory environments (MSEs), based on studies and experimentations conducted in collaboration with Design Department of the Polytechnic of Milan. LudoMi Team, awarded at Polisocial Award 2017, aims to develop, through the adoption of innovative and low cost technologies, a new scenario of inclusion and learning within educational and health institutions, increasing the development of cognitive faculties and motor skills, promoting learning and improvement of communication and relational skills, balancing as much as possible the freedom of expression of users. We report the case study of Merlino: research project, developed to bridge the gap of lack of specialized services for children with intellectual disabilities living in suburban areas and therefore focuses on the flexibility of the service in order to make the operation financially sustainable.
3rd International Conference on Environmental Design
9788855090605
Multisensory environments, Adaptive technologies, Responsive technologies, Socio-health innovation, Software simulation
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