Simon McCallum

Associate Professor Applied Computer Science Department, NTNU (NO)

Simon McCallum

Associate Professor Applied Computer Science Department, NTNU (NO)
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Biography

Dr McCallum has been teaching game development since 2004, and has been working on a variety of games for health over that period. Recently he has focused on games for cognitive health, including dementia, ADHD and autism. He as also been working in Augmented and Virtual Reality, and has started a Virtual VR laboratory at NTNU in Norway, with 16 Vives in 4 different cities. He has been a long time participant in Games for Health Europe, and is part of Games for Health Norway.

PRESENTATION

VR for collaboration and consultation in health
In this presentation we will discuss the testing of Virtual Reality collaboration spaces in medical settings. This is an extension of the tool first presented in G4H 2016. We will demonstrate the collaboration system and discuss the prototyping and testing of the VR system.

This work is a collaboration between Simon McCallum NTNU Norway, VR Doctors UK, and David Mckenzie GP Surrey UK. This is a work in progress where the main interactions will be happening during summer of 2017