We know that understanding your needs is fundamental to a successful project. Our experienced staff will work with you to design a bespoke project, based on your unique needs in a collaborative and insightful manner.
The team comprises of experts in many complimentary fields, with decades of experience in development of small and large scale projects. When required we can also harness the greater Queen's University of Belfast research facilities to help develop cutting-edge work.
Delivery is important to us and we strive to produce world-class outputs, whether research or commercial. With experience in small through to large-scale project delivery, we can deliver detailed analysis and reports on time and on budget.
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The Movement Innovation Lab is a large space dedicated to the study of movement performance in sport and health. The aim of the lab is to use both scientific expertise and state-of-the-art technology to understand and improve movement performance.
The Movement Innovation Lab is part of the Perception and Action Cluster at the School of Psychology at Queen's. Our research focuses on how perception influences action. Below are some examples of previous research and commercial work that we have undertaken. Read on to gain an insight into the specific project, our areas of interest, publications and videos.
Our research focuses on how perception influences action.
Professor Cathy CraigInterested in how the brain controls movement, how patterns of sensory information influence decisions about when and how to act - novel methods for improving performance.
Dr Farzad ParvinzamirInterested in advanced visual analytics, including data mining and interactive visualisation, to facilitate knowledge discovery and decision making from complex movement data.
Dr Joost C. DessingInterested in the study of eye-hand coordination in various sports and health contexts through behavioural and neurophysiological experiments and modelling studies.
Dr Matthew RodgerInterested in how sounds and music can influence movements, how such processes could enhance movement-based skills, particularly for people with visual-impairment or Parkinson's Disease.
Dr Mihalis DoumasInterested in how sensory information and cognitive resources are used for optimal motor behaviour. Life-span development, multisensory integration, timing (TMS, TDCS) and cogntion.
Dr Alan CumminsInterested in how to make effective use of virtual reality, serious gaming in sports and health contexts. Looks after the day-today running of the lab.
Postgraduate PhD studentInterested in using virtual reality to study the role of information in making action based decisions.
Postgraduate PhD studentInterested in how sensory information manipulation affects the human movement behaviour in sports.
InternshipInterested in how to apply motion capture and virtual reality technologies in sports and health contexts. Gaining research experience working in a state-of-art laboratory.
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We are based in PEC (Queen's Sport), Northern Ireland. Find out more about us.