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ABOUT THE GUARDIAN OF DRAGONS GAME

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Our First VR Game is the Guardian of Dragons and the player takes on the role of the Guardian of Dragons — the chosen human to protect the dragon egg and raise the new generation of dragons in the island. They will be trained by the Dragon Father in order to do so, completing various tasks that will prepare them …

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FEATURES FOCUS ON PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.

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Our focus is on people with severe motor and cognitive problems derived from pathologies such as stroke, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or similar, for this reason, we are developing the game for people with limited mobility and adapting the functions so that these patients can function in a comfortable and comfortable environment. that simulates the movements of a person with normal abilities.

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RESEARCH BY HCN HEALTHCARE NEWS

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Can virtual reality (VR) technology improve results for peoplereceiving physical therapy? This is the question researchers atAmerican International College (AIC) are attempting to answer.In his role as director of Academic Computing, Ben Mojica seeks outinnovative opportunities for his colleagues at AIC’s Colaccino Centerfor Health Sciences. Through networking meetings, he became awareof XR Health, a Boston-based company developing the use of …

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RESEARCH BY EXPERT REVIEW OF MEDICAL DEVICES JOURNAL

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Introduction: Over recent decades many researchers and clinicians have started to use Virtual Reality (VR) as a new technology for implementing innovative rehabilitation treatments in cognitive and motor domains. However, the expression ‘VR’ has often also been improperly used to refer to video games.Further, VR efficacy, often confused with that of video-game exercises, is still debated.Areas covered: In this review, …

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RESEARCH BY JOVE JOURNAL

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As far as acquiring motor skills is concerned, training by voluntary physical movement is superior to all other forms of training (e.g. training by observation or passive movement of trainee’s hands by a robotic device). This obviously presents a major challenge in the rehabilitation of a paretic limb since voluntary control of physical movement is limited. Here, we describe a …