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Taking EVA Park into Service: Technology

Staff and Funding

Principal investigator: Stephanie Wilson (HCID)
Co-Investigator: Jane Marshall (Division of Language and Communication Science)
Researchers: Nick Zwart
Funder: The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia
Funding: £24,807
Dates: 1st July 2016 – 14th May 2017

DescriptionAvatars looking at mayoral candidate boards in EVA Park

EVA Park is an online virtual world for people with aphasia, developed and tested by the EVA project. This follow-up project is transforming EVA Park from a prototype into a service ready version of the platform, so that other groups can run the software independently. The work will ensure that EVA Park is robust, will develop user manuals and a support web-site, and will create customised virtual objects to support therapy case studies being undertaken in the "Taking EVA Park into Service: Therapy Case Studies" project.