Xbox Helps Stroke Patients Through Rehabilitation

September 1st, 2006 |
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Engineers at Rutgers University have come together to create a modified Xbox to help stroke patients through their rehabilitation. The Rutgers Virtual Rehabilitation System consists of a modded Xbox and Essential Reality’s P5 gaming glove. Kira Morrow is an undergraduate at Rutgers, and she helped create the new system. She spoke with PodTech’s Rio Pesino about how it works.

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