Researchers have developed a game using Microsoft's Kinect motion tracking system, which is transforming rehabilitation for patients left partially immobile after a stroke, with incredible results.
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UK-based Nottingham Trent University has been awarded a grant to research how Microsoft's Kinect for Windows might be able to help stroke victims recover from facial paralysis.
Most of us take our many gadgets for granted - but just one piece of technology can make a huge difference to some. One man used Microsoft Kinect to help his mother send email again after a stroke.