Paindroid: A Mobile Tool for Pain Visualization and Management
This paper presents a tool that addresses self-management expression of pain, through an Android application based on multimodal and 3D. Our pilot evaluation highlighted a positive attitude towards the usability of PainDroid’s novel functionality, as well as the potential of the application to open up new avenues of patient-clinician interaction with the use of an innovative user experience.
KeywordsAndroid Pain Visualization Tablet HCI
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