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Video game helps people with prostheses

25 March 2015
University movement scientists and UMCG rehab specialists are developing an opening and closing exercise using a computer game. Opening a hand prosthesis can be regulated precisely. However, it does require good user control. And that takes practice. A computer game can be useful for that.

More information: Communication UMCG, tel. + 31 (0)50 361 22 00.

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