Tablero Multisensorial para Estimulación de Motricidad Gruesa en Niños

Translated title of the contribution: Multisensory Board for Gross Motor Stimulation in Children

Sandro Rene Gonzalez Gonzalez, John Christian Guachun Arias, Luis Javier Serpa Andrade

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This paper presents in detail the points of view analyzed in order to propose a prototype of an interactive, fun and useful aid for the early stimulation process. The first part constitutes a review of the state of the art about similar models made in our environment, which have been proposed and futuristic perspectives in the area of early stimulation; based on these reviews, the justification of the project's viality will be detailed, as well as the extra value proposed in it in relation to the works already developed. Additionally, a recapitulation of the materials and procedures that will allow to successfully fulfill the proposed objectives is presented. It is also presented the form that each final device adopts and how the complete system will work by means of a physical scheme with the totality of the components and the type of communication used for the interconnection of devices and equipment to be used, the development of the circuit and the software used is detailed, finally by means of images details are presented as tests carried out and the operation of each device, tests among others; as well as the conclusions found after the development.
Translated title of the contributionMultisensory Board for Gross Motor Stimulation in Children
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationINCLUSIÓN, DISCAPACIDAD Y EDUCACIÓN. Enfoque práctico desde las Tecnologías Emergentes
PublisherEditorial Universitaria Abya-Yala
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)978-9978-10-270-1
StatePublished - 1 May 2017


  • Early stimulation
  • Final device
  • Prototype
  • Software

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 116A Computer Science


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