DEXTERITY BY NEUROPLAY

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ADAPTIVE ROBOT FOR MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  • Assist / Resist mode depending on the child's abilities​

  • Ergonomic design for maximum comfort

  • Connects to any computer via USB port

  • Can be installed easily on any flat surface.  

  • Provides training for:

    • Forearm pronation / supination

    • Wrist flexion / extension

    • Wrist adduction / abduction

    • Gripping and pinching

    • Individual finger strength

 

GAMES FOR MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

The games developed encourage children to use their fingers, wrist, and forearm movements in a progressive manner to develop essential fine and gross motor skills of the upper limbs. Our games allow therapists and parents to understand the development of child's muscle strength, fine movements, visual motor integration, and audio motor integration.

 
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ASTEROID

Defend your city against asteroids by controlling the gun via pronation / supination of the forearm and adduction / abduction of the wrist. Squeezing the controller increases the frequency of the bullets.

SPACE INVADER

Manoeuvre a spaceship to land on a specific landing pad via forearm pronation / supination and wrist adduction / abduction. The harder the user squeezes the controller, the faster the motion of the spaceship.

HONEY BEAR

Collect as many honey pots while avoiding the bees. Control the movement of the bear via forearm pronation / supination and wrist adduction / abduction. As the controller is squeezed harder, the bear moves faster.

 

GAMES FOR TRAINING FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

Recognizing and reproducing appropriate facial expressions related to emotions is a very important first step in learning about social communication. We have developed several games that train children to recognize and reproduce facial expressions in a fun and interactive way.

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EMOJI CAPTCHA

The on-screen emojis provide the inputs to the child and prompts the child to match the facial expression. The child can use their own faces instead of emojis to play the game

HAPPY BIRD

The on-screen facial expressions provide the input to the child to use facial expression to control the game. Each successive level creates a complex combination of facial expressions.

BETTERFLY

Build beautiful and interesting patterns of colour and movement of butterflies with your facial expressions. Your facial expressions determine the path of butterflies.