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2020-02-18Digitally enabled aged care and neurological rehabilitation to enhance outcomes with Activity and MObility UsiNg Technology (AMOUNT) in Australia: A randomised controlled trial.Hassett, L; van den Berg, M; Lindley, RI; Crotty, M; McCluskey, A; van der Ploeg, HP; Smith, ST; Schurr, K; Howard, K; Hackett, ML; Killington, M; Bongers, B; Togher, L; Treacy, D; Dorsch, S; Wong, S; Scrivener, K; Chagpar, S; Weber, H; Pinheiro, M; Heritier, S; Sherrington, C
2020-02-06Tangible landscapes and abstract narrativesBongers, B
2017-11-28Exploring in-hospital rehabilitation exercises for stroke patients: Informing interaction designPickrell, M; Van Den Hoven, E; Bongers, B
2016-06-01Effect of affordable technology on physical activity levels and mobility outcomes in rehabilitation: A protocol for the Activity and MObility UsiNg Technology (AMOUNT) rehabilitation trialHassett, L; Van Den Berg, M; Lindley, RI; Crotty, M; McCluskey, A; Van Der Ploeg, HP; Smith, ST; Schurr, K; Killington, M; Bongers, B; Howard, K; Heritier, S; Togher, L; Hackett, M; Treacy, D; Dorsch, S; Wong, S; Scrivener, K; Chagpar, S; Weber, H; Pearson, R; Sherrington, C
2016-02-01Facilitating peripheral interaction: design and evaluation of peripheral interaction for a gesture-based lighting control with multimodal feedbackHeijboer, M; van den Hoven, E; Bongers, B; Bakker, S
2016-01-01Understanding changes in the motivation of stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation in hospitalPickrell, M; Bongers, B; Van Den Hoven, E
2016-01-01Video and computer-based interactive exercises are safe and improve task-specific balance in geriatric and neurological rehabilitation: A randomised trialvan den Berg, M; Sherrington, C; Killington, M; Smith, S; Bongers, B; Hassett, L; Crotty, M
2015-12-08REHAP Balance Tiles: A modular system supporting balance rehabilitationDonker, V; Markopoulos, P; Bongers, B
2015-01-01Understanding persuasion and motivation in interactive stroke rehabilitation: A physiotherapists' perspective on patient motivationPickrell, M; Bongers, B; van den Hoven, E
2015-01-01Understanding persuasion and motivation in interactive stroke rehabilitation: A physiotherapists' perspective on patient motivationPickrell, M; Bongers, B; van den Hoven, E; McTavish, T; Basupar, S
2015-01-01Pattern Stations - Extending textile materials through tangible interactionBongers, B; Heffer, C
2015Understanding Persuasion and Motivation in Interactive Stroke RehabilitationPickrell, M; Bongers, B; van den Hoven, E
2014-09-30Interactive Infrastructures—Distributed Interfaces for the Built EnvironmentBongers, B; Eggen, B; Oosterhuis, K
2014-08-01Stroke rehabilitation: Using interactive equipment, understanding physical therapy feedback's usefulnessPickrell, M; Bongers, B; van den Hoven, E
2014-01-01The Slow Floor: Increasing creative agency while walking on an interactive surfaceFeltham, F; Loke, L; Van Den Hoven, E; Hannam, J; Bongers, B
2013-01-01Anthropomorphic resonances: On the relationship between computer interfaces and the human form and motionBongers, B
2013-01Traces - 'reading' the environmentBongers, B; Cleland, K; Fisher, L; Harley, R
2012-12-01A cooperative approach to the design of an Operator Control Unit for a semi-autonomous grit-blasting robotLie, S; Liu, DK; Bongers, B
2012-01-01The projector as instrumentBongers, B
2012-01Multimodal Interaction in Protospace 1.0Bongers, B; Oosterhuis, KEA