The main objective of this research project is the development of a serious game and a training platform for quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation

The project involves the development of a serious game and a self-learning software specifically dedicated to quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

We developed Mini-VREM (Mini-Virtual Reality Enhanced Mannequin), a CPR feedback device with a new motion detection technology including a Kinect sensor and software specifically designed to analyse chest compression performance and provides real-time feedback in a cardiac arrest simulation training setting.

Il Sole 24 Ore Nova Tech 1 Settembre  2013


In crescita i videogiochi per terapie e assistenza


di Emilio Cozzi

Il Sole 24 Ore Nova Tech 7 Luglio 2013
Medicina e gaming alleate per insegnare la rianimazione
di Alessia Maccafferri 

Mini-VREM Serious Game - Work in progress

Mini-VREM - Winner of the Future of Health Award 2012 !!!

Games for Health Europe

Mini-VREM has become the second ever winner of the Future of Health Award, with the possibility to receive up to €200.000 funding towards making the next great game for health.



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Project Coordinator

Federico Semeraro

Bologna, Italy


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