Reinventing healthcare with Google Glass class

The Northeastern University Personal Health Informatics class HINF 5300 (Personal Health Interface Design and Development) this term explored the use of Google Glass for reinventing healthcare. Videos from the teams presenting final projects (including live demos) are online. This course was offered as part of the PHI doctoral program (applications for Fall 2014 admission to the PHI Doctoral Program (watch video) are being accepted now).

Final Projects Fall 2013

Project teams:

Step by Step: A Google Glass Application To Support Independence For Young Adults with Autism
Molly Cannon, Pattie Lin, Abhinav Pujari, Regina Ranstrom, and Miriam Zisook

My Intelligible-Speech Therapy (MIST) App
Emily Vishnja, Fallon Cassidy, Kevin Jiang, and Mansoor Pervaiz

Social Lens: Supporting Social Skill Development for Children with Autism
Joseph Burley, Nhi Ngo, Dakota Snyder, and Oliver Wilder-Smith

Checked: Improving Hospital Safety by Improving Hospital Checklists
Eric Anderson, Dan Wigmore, Sarang Zargar, and Stephen Flaherty

Bridge: Bringing Family Members Closer Together
Bin Bo, Estelle Beguin, Nick Flower, and Lazlo Ring

Teams in the unique, transdisciplinary course consist of students ranging from undergraduates to doctoral students and from backgrounds in computer science, engineering, health, and psychology.

Instructors: Stephen Intille and Rupal Patel
Course assistant: Mayur Upendra Joshi

For more information on the course or the projects, contact Stephen Intille at …


Personal Health Informatics Program:

The students and instructors are grateful for the support of Google.

This article was written by: Intille