Gamified Eye Disease Diagnosis and Therapy for Young Children
Director of the HCI Games Group
Undergraduate Research Assistant Co-Op
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Incoming PostDoc, Adaptive Gamification of Teaching
We propose to develop low-cost, at-home methods to diagnose and treat oculomotor disorders in children using consumer devices and gamification methods. For sensing, we will evaluate the suitability of current eye-tracking methods available in state-of-the-art mobile phones and refine these methods or design HCI techniques to improve tracking quality for our specific applications. For user interaction, we will apply and refine established gameful design approaches to maintain child engagement. Diagnosis and therapy will focus on two disorders: convergence insufficiency and intermittent exotropia.
Arnold Dian Abistado Jr.