VERVE Project Completed

After 3 years, the VERVE project is now completed with the successful development of a number of serious games, VR scenarios and web applications, some of which are being used for the first time in the assessment, characterization and interventions of patients and end-users affected by fear, apathy and anxieties associated with ageing.

Innovation Alzheimers – Workshop 2014

Since 2012 the IA annual workshop has aimed to provide interactions between clinicians, engineers and researchers as well as to develop recommendations. This year the IA workshop ICT for the assessment and rehabilitation in Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders will focus on the use of ICT in clinical research and in particular, the results and applications developed in the European FP7 Project VERVE.

SERIGAMEX 2013 – 21st March, Rome


Testaluna presented the VERVE project at SERIGAMEX 2013, a workshop about serious games held in Rome, at VIGAMUS (Italian Museum of Videogames), on the 21st of March.

The audience, made of mainly professionals in the field of serious games, were presented with an overview of the project and its components, with a particular focus on Kitchen Scenario, our serious game created for helping patients suffering from Alzheimer disease.

Human Computer Confluence (HCC) Summer School 2013 – 17-19 July, Paris

Application deadline: 17th April 2013

Human Computer Confluence summer school 2013

Human computer confluence (HCC) refers to an invisible, implicit, embodied or even implanted interaction between humans and system components. New classes of user interfaces may evolve that make use of several sensors and are able to adapt their physical properties to the current situational context of users.

HCC originally emerged out of various European research initiatives aiming at fundamental and strategic research studying how the emerging symbiotic relation between humans and ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) can be based on radically new forms of sensing, perception, interaction and understanding.

The HCC summer school invites participants to understand the various technological aspects of our symbiosis with ICT, but also the impact of this confluence on society. It aims to share scientific knowledge and experience among participants, enhance and stimulate interdisciplinary dialogue as well as provide further opportunities for co-operation within the study domains of Human Computer Confluence.


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As the project is now finished please see the Partners Page for direct contact addresses of individual partners.