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We’re excited to anounce that #OurPeople, Dr Domenico Vicinanza, Director of Anglia Ruskin’s Sound And Game Engineering (SAGE) Research Group and technical trainer at the European network GEANT, along with ARU’s Dr Genevieve Williams, will lead an elite team for the ‘60-hour Swiss challenge’. They will be leading a team featuring some of the world’s brightest and most creative young minds as they attempt to develop a revolutionary way of using sound to help with rehabilitation and physiotherapy – in just 60 hours! Dr Genevieve Williams and Dr Domenico Vicinanza have been selected to lead one of the eight teams taking part after the organisers were impressed by their idea for combining sonification, which involves converting data into sound, with movement science and smart health sensors. Domenico said: “We’re really proud to be representing Anglia Ruskin in Switzerland. We hope that by combining physiotherapy, movement science, technology and music, we can create something that makes a real difference to people’s lives.” In this video, Dr Domenico Vicinanza explains data sonification and how GÉANT's high-capacity network is making some ground-breaking projects possible: snip.ly/6eqb2 Find out more about him here:arul.ink/domenicovicinanza Read more about this challenge here: arul.ink/swisschallenge
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Domenico Vicinanza explains data sonification and how GÉANT's high-capacity network is making some ground-breaking projects possible.