There are many therapies used for rehabilitating stroke patients such as constraint-induced movement therapy, mental practice and more. Now it looks like we are about to see another, quite different approach. Doctor Debbie Rand from Tel Aviv University has been looking into interactive video games as a new therapy for helping stroke victims with their recovery.
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We saw the glasses-free Nintendo 3DS for the first time at last year’s E3 Expo in Los Angeles and now Nintendo is finally ready to get the next-generation portable gaming console into the hands of consumers. Shiggy, Reggie, and the rest of the Ninty crew blasted out a press release today and it outlines the details of the 3DS launch.
I think many of us would agree that the Apple iPhone has become not only a viable mobile gaming platform, but also a very popular one. Even so, some people may not be completely in love with touchscreen-only controls nor may they be satisfied with just what’s available in the App Store. Well, this little […]