First Interactive Gaming Kiosk Equipped With Personal Wellness Analytics

First Interactive Gaming Kiosk Equipped With Personal Wellness Analytics

The Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (Lily), an NTU partnership with University of British Columbia, developed a virtual table tennis game that analyses the player’s body movement. The game can help to predict a person’s risk for illnesses such as Parkinson’s. The kiosk, incorporating a TV, a computer and a Kinect sensor, was launched on 30 Aug 2015 at Woodlands CC.