Articles by Mark Mon-Williams
Prof. Mon-Williams is Head of the Institute of Psychological Sciences at the University of Leeds where he studies human movement control and learning (e.g., visual information use in prehension). His research has led to the development of a system for objectively measuring the manual control difficulties experienced by many children.
A System in the Wild: Deploying a Two Player Arm Rehabilitation System for Children With Cerebral Palsy in a School Environment
Abstract This paper outlines a system for arm rehabilitation for children with upper-limb hemiplegia resulting from cerebral palsy. Our research team designed a two-player, interactive (competitive or collaborative) computer play therapy system that provided powered assistance to children while they played specially designed games that promoted arm exercises. We designed the system for a school […] [Read More]