Add-Life maskes rehabilitation fun while saving time for clinicians
This scene is actual footage from within a virtual reality activity
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Virtual Reality Projects
VR games in stroke rehabilitation have been found to have significant benefits for physical movement, processing speed, visuo-spatial abilities, manual dexterity and upper limb motor function.
360 degree environments allows us to track your mobility in 3D space, allowing a greater understanding of your ability. Our specialised mobility module tracks each movement so you can quantify real progress.
VR can take you to any location in the world, the universe, or anywhere in your imagination. Happiness is the first stage of recovery.