April 1, 2013 – Mark Sivak (left), assistant academic specialist in game design, demonstrates the ATLAS smart glove to Ryan Stewart (right), third-year student, during the Pop Up Lab event. The ATLAS is a low cost bimanual glove system for in-home motor rehabilitation post stroke. The system relies on low-cost sensors and microcontrollers to communicate accurate hand data to the play games and increase motivation for rehabilitation exercises. During the fourth Pop Up Lab event, CAMD and CCIS interdisciplinary teams gave interactive demos of projects that use playable media to inspire, engage, and make a difference.