SITPLUS is a free software (GNU GPL) framework whose main goal is to provide ludic-therapeutic activities for people with disabilities. It offers new forms of interaction based on computer vision, voice and other peripherals to produce a result in the form of image and sound. Inspired by the cause and effect applications, SITPLUS provides a tool for continuous and remote interaction, attainable to the majority of people with cognitive, sensory and physical disabilities.
As a scholarship student, I worked with Marcos Alba on the graphic module of animations for three months. This module involved viewing animations and effects in an SDL window, which were configurable through an XML file, allowing different types of animations. For example, a hand playing a guitar or watching window objects appear or disappear through random animations, such as rotation, decreasing the transparency, etc.
You can found more information and source code in project webpage:
- Project type: Program
- Game type: ludic-therapeutic Game
- Starting year: 2011
- Language: C++, CMake
- Libraries: SDL, wxwidgets
- Licence: MIT
- Some people using the system in the APPC.
- Kedar moving his arms upwards.
- Sara playing with her voice.