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ECHA, Smart Condo
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The Smart Condo is used as a space when students can obtain experience working with patients. This space was designed as a living space that accommodates those with physical disabilities and tracks their health and movements through many hidden sensors. This work was done by an interdisciplinary group of students from Industrial Design, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, and Computing Science.

This space is located inside the HSERC area on the second floor of the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA), which is located on the North Campus of the University of Alberta.

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Uploaded: 16/04/2012
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Tags: university of alberta; echa; indoors; condo; health sciences; research; edmonton
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