Fotios Spyridonis
Fotios Spyridonis
Senior Lecturer, University of Greenwich
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3-D Pain Drawings–-Mobile Data Collection Using a PDA
G Ghinea, F Spyridonis, T Serif, AO Frank
IEEE Transactions on information technology in biomedicine 12 (1), 27-33, 2008
Designing for Designers: Towards the Development of Accessible ICT Products and Services using the VERITAS Framework
MJ Scott, F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
Computer Standards & Interfaces, 2015
PainDroid: an android-based virtual reality application for pain assessment
F Spyridonis, J Hansen, TM Grønli, G Ghinea
Multimedia tools and applications 72 (1), 191-206, 2014
An interactive 3-D application for pain management: Results from a pilot study in spinal cord injury rehabilitation
F Spyridonis, J Gawronski, G Ghinea, AO Frank
Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 108 (1), 356-366, 2012
Evaluating the usability of a virtual reality-based Android application in managing the pain experience of wheelchair users
F Spyridonis, TM Grønli, J Hansen, G Ghinea
2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2012
Attitudes of patients toward adoption of 3D technology in pain assessment: qualitative perspective
F Spyridonis, G Ghinea, AO Frank
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (4), e55, 2013
The gamification of accessibility design: A proposed framework
F Spyridonis, D Daylamani-Zad, IT Paraskevopoulos
2017 9th international conference on virtual worlds and games for serious …, 2017
Designing accessible ICT products and services: the VERITAS accessibility testing platform
F Spyridonis, P Moschonas, K Touliou, A Tsakiris, G Ghinea
Proceedings of the 2014 International Working Conference on Advanced Visual …, 2014
A pilot study to examine the relationship of 3D pain drawings with objective measures in mobility impaired people suffering from low back-pain
F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2010
A study on the state-of-the-art of e-Infrastructures uptake in Africa
F Spyridonis, S Taylor, P Abbott, R Barbera, A Nungu, LL Gustafsson, ...
Palgrave Communications 1, 2015
Designing Accessible Games with the VERITAS Framework: Lessons Learned from Game Designers
M Scott, F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
3-D pain drawings and seating pressure maps: Relationships and challenges
F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 15 (3), 409-415, 2011
Assessing pain intensity following spinal cord injury: should rating scales measure ‘overall’or ‘maximal’values?
AO Frank, F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
International journal of rehabilitation research 38 (1), 92-94, 2015
2D vs. 3D pain visualization: User preferences in a spinal cord injury cohort
F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability, 315-322, 2011
A serious game to improve engagement with web accessibility guidelines
F Spyridonis, D Daylamani-Zad
Behaviour & Information Technology, 1-19, 2020
Efficient in-game communication in collaborative online multiplayer games
F Spyridonis, D Daylamani-Zad, MP O'Brien
2018 10th International Conference on Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious …, 2018
Paindroid: a mobile tool for pain visualization and management
TM Grønli, G Ghinea, F Spyridonis, J Hansen
International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability, 401-406, 2013
A Multi Platform Pain Assessment Tool using Bespoke Gaming Sensors
F Spyridonis, TM Gronli, IT Paraskevopoulos, G Ghinea
The 9th ACM International Conference on Pervasive Technologies related to …, 2016
Pain management following new and long-standing spinal cord injury: a pilot study of changes in pain intensity experienced during the day
AO Frank, J Gawronski, F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 36 (4), 379-382, 2013
A portable wireless solution for back pain telemonitoring: a 3D-based, virtual reality approach
F Spyridonis, G Ghinea
Computational Intelligence in Healthcare 4, 425-461, 2010
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