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New publication on virtual, augmented reality and serious games for healthcare

Springer just published the book “Virtual, Augmented Reality and Serious Games for Healthcare 1“, where an updated review of virtual, augmented reality and so-called serious games for different health and clinical applications is performed. The R+D department from Nesplora has collaborated with the chapter “Virtual reality for neuropsychological assessment“, in which a detailed review is presented about the advances […]


AULA lands in Brazil through a book about Research on Virtual Reality

CRV editors from Brazil have just published a book on virtual reality applications based on research from the Laboratory of Computational Methods in Engineering (LAMCE) of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and other researchers from Brazil and abroad, as it is our case. The first chapter of the book is “AULA: an ecological virtual […]

Cristina Otaduy, M.Sc. “Professionals should value the relevance of AULA for ADHD diagnosis”

Cristina Otaduy is the CEO of  the Child and Adolescent Center “Otaduy VIP Centre” at Valencia (Spain). She is a psychopedagogist, specialized in diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, Dyslexia, Attention Deficit, and Learning Disorders. She is a Master in Educational Orientation, Trainer of teachers, and besides its application in the clinical practice, she performs her […]

AULA at the International Neuropsychological Society Meeting in Seattle

As we previously reported in this same blog, the last Wednesday 13th February 2014, a poster on the convergent validity between AULA and d2 test of attention was presented, at the  Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society in Seattle (USA). In the mentioned poster, it was shown how some variables from AULA, more specifically, concentration […]