The main aim of the Miraculous-Life project was to design, develop and evaluate an innovative user-centred technological solution, the Virtual Support Partner (VSP), attending to an older person (65+) daily activity and safety needs, while the person goes about his or her normal daily life. The VSP provides implicit daily activities support, which is based on behavior, emotional understanding and
appropriate responds to distinctive emotions and is delivered in a human-like way simulating the interaction with a real life partner.
In this project, Noldus developed sensor fusion technology to provide robust indications of emotional states from several independant channels of measurement.
- AIT Austrial Institute of Technology (Project leader)
- University of Geneva
- University of Cyprus
- Fraunhofer IGD
- Noldus Information Technology
- Zoobe message entertainment
- La Maison de Retraite de Petit-Saconnex
- Zuyderland (formerly Orbis)
The Miraculous-Life project was funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (Grant Agreement No 611421).