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PROJECT REPORT: Kinotherapy-Health Assistance at Your Doorstep - Full Text [DOC]


Microsoft Kinect is an input device proficient in motion sensing. It was traditionally used for gaming purposes in which users could interact with the console without physical touch. 427 more words

Tele/Home Rehabilitation

ARTICLE: Cloud-based rehabilitation exergames system

Nowadays, a great number of patients around the world require rehabilitation programs. Virtual and augmented reality has been introduced as promising assistive tools to support the patients, allowing them to continue their recovery training by themselves. 123 more words


Xbox in the Rehabilitation of Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov

This study is currently recruiting participants. (see Contacts and Locations)

The hypothesis of this study is to investigate the feasibility of a rehabilitative protocol on gaming using the console Xbox and its efficacy in improving balance, mobility, risk of falling, attentive functions (selective and divided attention) in subjects which have had a traumatic brain injury at least 12 months before. 14 more words

Kinecting the Moves: The kinematic potential of rehabilitation-specific gaming to inform treatment for hemiplegia

…Preliminary kinematic data analysis of two subjects obtained during user testing is presented.
Clinically relevant information, such as range of motion, trunk compensation, and total distance of… 30 more words


WEB SITE: Video games help stroke rehabilitation

New research suggests that recovering stroke patients who use video games as a therapeutic exercise are more physically capable, making more bodily movements – as opposed to those who are given traditional motor therapy. 8 more words

Video Games/Exergames

ableX Offers Suite of Computer-Based Games to Enhance Stroke Recovery

The ableX system features therapy games and a handheld controller, built to accelerate rehabilitation of the arms and hands following stroke.

μέσω ableX Offers Suite of Computer-Based Games to Enhance Stroke Recovery.