AbleGames

Gamification for a better life.

AbleGames is a social gaming platform service for children and youths with Cerebral Palsy, containing a series of high quality games and support tools.



Cerebral palsy affects motor function; it is a neurological disorder caused by damage to the brain before, during or immediately after birth.

While there is no cure for cerebral palsy, treatment, appropriate care and surgeries can help to improve quality of life by maximising patients' independence.

The EU-funded AbleGames project provides an innovative social-collaboration serious gaming platform service to help people with cerebral palsy improve through enjoyable physical therapy and peer community inclusion.

The AbleGames’ platform will use Artificial Intelligence technologies to constantly adapt to each individual’s abilities, so as to foster rehabilitation progress and social collaboration. Specifically, the players will interact with non-immersive Virtual Reality scenarios using balance sensors and smart low-cost vision systems based on Machine Learning models.

Able Game's Partners

European Union

A game development company consisting of a core team of highly qualified engineers and entrepreneurs, each with more than a decade of experience as game developers and publishers.

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European Union

Established in 1981, by the Irish Government, to provide consultancy and complete innovative development and exploitation of electronic, software and e-business/e-government citizen participation technological solutions.

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European Union

The Intelligent Robotics and Computer Vision Group (IRCV) is concerned with the development of innovative solutions in several areas of robotics and computer vision through the application of advanced computing techniques.

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European Union

Is the largest facility in Ukraine providing rehabilitation services to patients with Cerebral Palsy, traumatic brain injury and other neurological disorders. Elita provides intensive treatment called Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System

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European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme under grant agreement Nº 958637