Articles by Patric Granholm

Mr. Granholm acts as a Principal Lecturer at Turku University of Applied Sciences. He has a background in physics and has been working in the fields of solid state and nuclear physics. His present research focus is on nuclear structure physics and health informatics.

When Japanese Elderly People Play a Finnish Physical Exercise Game: A Usability Study

Abstract In this paper, we report the findings from the usability testing of the Finnish Skiing Game with 24 Japanese elderly participants at the Sendai City Health Promotion Center in Japan. The main objective of the study is to investigate the participants’ feedback towards the usability of the Skiing Game, which was originally designed and […] [Read More]