Funding approved for motion capture app to assess walking

Interreg France (Channel) England have approved additional funding of EUR 55,000 for the REVERT project team to work on a motion capture app. They have awarded the funding to our project partners at the University of Artois, a team of mathematicians led by Dr Yaël Frégier. Two new colleagues will be joining them to work on the app.

The motion capture app, which will record patient walking patterns and process them using AI, will ultimately enhance our neurological assessments in hydrocephalus clinics.

We will be revealing more details in a future newsletter.

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