Smart glove uses online gaming for rehabilitation
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We have seen wearables gamify physical activity for therapy and exercise. Now the RAPAEL Smart Rehabilitation from NEOFECT will use gaming in virtual 3D space to help those recovering from a stroke. With Bluetooth wireless capability enabling full freedom of movement, the RAPAEL Smart Glove uses online play and repetitive motions for physical rehabilitation. Games include catching and moving a butterfly, filling a wine glass, fishing, baking cupcakes and turning the pages of a book. Designed for use by all ages, from older people recovering from a stroke to children with central nervous disorders such as cerebral palsy, the Smart…
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