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Motion video games for Special Needs

Xbox Kinect and Nintendo Wii have led innovation in interactive gaming software in recent years, adding more immersive functionality to the overall experience. While both systems are popular with a wide range of users, the ability to use movement as a control device has a special signifcance for children with disabilities. Here, Sarit Tresser talks about Wii-style gaming to aid child rehabilitation.

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