Avatars help with rehabilitation

07/10/2008 | Silicon.com (U.K.)

Research in Spain may help physicians remotely monitor patients recovering from injuries to see whether they are doing physical therapy correctly. Patients attach a small device to a limb being exercised and the device, via Bluetooth, connects to the computer, causing an avatar to appear on screen. As the patient exercises, the physician can monitor the avatar to determine whether the therapy is being done correctly.

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