The great achievement has been secured by Neuroscientists at New Castle University when they developed a series of motion controlled video games. The games are made to make stroke rehabilitation more fun, accessible and easy.The first title Circus Challenge is designed for the patients to enable, digitally, the following:
- Throwing pies
- Taming lions
- Juggling to help the patients to rebuild strength
- And ultimately, regaining motor skills.
The game levels are made more difficult with the progress of the patients to match their recovery.
The game motions have been designed as the ‘Next Generation’ by the Limbs Alive, the game developer/publisher. This is confirmed that it would be available later this year for the play on:
Team expects to lower costs and to provide at-home facility of therapy, with the financial help of £1.5 million award from the ‘UK’s Health Innovation Challenge Fund. The team wants to develop a system, allowing the therapists to monitor patient progress to recovery even remotely.
Whole this process may take some time to bake.