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Tietze, Tim (author)
This graduation report aimed towards the vision „ Transform the needs of the minority into the wishes of the majority“. Children with physical disabilities face the issue to be excluded from the toy world of the able-bodied children. Toys with small buttons, heavyweight or the need of two hands for operating are examples which let children with...
master thesis 2019
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Bakayan, H. (author)
The occupations and the society of the future will be different than that of today. With occupations the general interaction forms are being meant. Occupations will focus on problem solving, Internet of Things and IT. Virtual Reality and 3D printing will be more embedded in people’s life. The occupations of the future will change the way...
master thesis 2016
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Van Geel, B. (author)
Globally about 1 billion people (mainly living in developing countries) cannot get the health services that they need. This is a result of the lack of access, lack of trained health personnel, inadequate resources and facilities, and products and services are not affordable to the majority of the people. The company Healthy Entrepreneurs (HE)...
master thesis 2015
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De Reus, M.M. (author)
The Buddy is especially designed for children of the Princess Máxima Centre, this is the new child oncology centrum in the Netherlands. The Buddy can also be used in other children hospitals. The main focus of the Buddy is the use of children who are receiving. Since the children are bounded to an IV pole, they are less flexible than normally....
master thesis 2014
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Nannen, P. (author)
This report presents a six month project executed for the pediatric hospital Sant Joan de Déu in Barcelona, to improve the experience of lumbar puncture for children between eight and eleven years old. Initially, a literature study is carried out to understand the context, the opportunities, and the requirements of this medical method. Lumbar...
master thesis 2014
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Langendoen, J.W. (author)
In the Netherlands, almost one quarter of the children is overweight. (VUmc, 2012) This percentage keeps on rising. Overweight is expected to be the world’s largest health care problem in 2050. Children deserve special attention, since research by EPODE (Ensemble, Prévenons l’Obésité Des Enfants) shows that children that are overweight have a...
master thesis 2014
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Giesselink, L.H. (author)
This master thesis shows the process and results of the design project ‘Tic Tac Tiles - An interactive activity unit for children in the Playscape’ Introduction At this moment the therapists of the Child Development and Exercise Centre of the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital have problems to motivate the older children (9-15 years) to exercise,...
master thesis 2013
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Bouman, M. (author)
This thesis presents the graduation project ‘Play on Your Way’, in which play route concepts have been researched and designed by using child participation. The project was committed by the National Youth Fund Jantje Beton, who aims to create and retain a public space where children (age 6-12) feel free and encouraged to play and be active in....
master thesis 2013
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Van Doorn, F. (author)
To become the most modern library of the world, DOK is developing new concepts to adapt to the needs of their visitors. The public library branch is going through a renewal to withstand the decrease of library use. Less people, including children, are visiting the library since the nineties. Needs and expectations of customers have been changing...
master thesis 2010
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Van Rijn, H. (author)
This master thesis shows the design process of LINKX, a language toy for children with a disorder in the spectrum of autism. Children with autism have an inborn brain disorder and therefore play and learn differently than children with 'typical' development. Language and speech of children with autism develops slowly or not at all. These...
master thesis 2007
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