Bella Project History
The Bella Project Society is formed, a non-profit organization created to make and distribute and support the Bella Project products.
Study begins at British Columbia Children’s Hospital headed by Maggie McIlwaine, Ph.D., MCSP
Spot Solutions focuses on creating a robust platform both on the web and on the mobile application. The Bella Box is refined and readied for testing.
The Bella Box is built by Dan Mozel, a platform is built by Spot Solutions using Unity 3D for game developers to build on. In October, a Game Jam is held at the Microsoft Development Centre in Vancouver with 75 game developers, graphic artists, software developers, volunteers, physiotherapists.
While on vacation, an idea is born to develop a more fun and engaging way for Bella to do her PEP therapy. Dan Mozel begins his work engineering the box and Spot Solutions begins talks with BC Children’s Hospital CF Clinic Physiotherapists to understand the requirements of the project.