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Answare Ltd. along with the other members of the eHEALTH8 consortium attended Researchers' Night on 28th September, 2012 presenting some products of the project.

The objective of the event was the promoting of science and research careers.
The consortium members welcomed visitors at two locations: at Semmelweis University (Budapest) and at Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. (Miskolc). The latter was also a co-organizer of the event, which took place for the seventh time and was supported by the European Commission.
Those who were interested could learn about and try out exercises, featuring visual feedbacks, which are suitable for handicapped patients’ special needs and which can be done at home while still providing controlled and guided rehabilitation.
Visitors could try a memory game that supports the rehabilitation of patients’ cognitive capabilities . At Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. there was also a chance to try the so-called “magic chair” that controls and drives a small car.
At Semmelweis University visitors could perform pulmonary function tests with devices developed by Thormed Ltd. - also one of the consortium members -, and could print and take home their results.