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Humane Interactive

I'm a Creative Technologist exploring examples of 'humane interactive', or interactive used to improve life.

Humane Interactive

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Interactive games by Chris O'Shea in the Royal London Hospital's Woodland Wiggle room.

Nature Trail by Jason Bruges Studio provides distraction for kids en route to surgery in Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

An interactive music wall by Moment Factory at Montreal CHU Ste-Justine Hospital.

Musical Wall Makes Children’s Hospital A Little Less Sucktastic

MyVoice is a Toronto developed app to help people with speech challenges communicate. It uses some smart location awareness to prioritise likely phrases based on location (if you're in a coffee shop you likely want a coffee so the coffee related phrases are available right away).

Randomly In Its Place an interactive installation for Toronto Sick Kids Hospital’s Larissa Atrens-Mikan Critical Care Waiting Room. Created by David Bouchard, Alex Kurina, Tom Kuo and Allen Chan, David Girolami and Steve Di Lorenzo.

Repurposing the Nintendo Wii balance board for use in physical rehab.

Wehab: Wii Homework For Stroke Victims

A comforting thread of artwork accompanying kids as they travel from ward to surgery at New Royal London Hospital. By Andrew Rae and Chrissie Macdonald.

The EyeWriter project is an open source eye tracking setup designed so TEMPT1, an LA graffiti artist, could continue his work despite being largely paralysed by ALS.