Wednesday, July 14, 2010

GestureTek hit 500th sale milestone in healthcare market

GestureTek, a multiple patent-holder and world-leader in camera-enabled gesture-recognition technology based in Toronto, Ont., has announced the 500th sale of its gesture-controlled interactive solutions for the health and disability markets.

The company's body gesture-based control systems are highly effective for rehabilitation, physiotherapy, activation, recreation and sensory stimulation.  Whether through video immersion,  full-body interaction, or multi-media special effects, motion-control technologies produce an exhilarating experience of body awareness, and can enhance physical and cognitive abilities for those with cerebral palsy and autism, or patients recovering from stroke.

"Countless research studies support the premise that immersive and interactive technology can improve physical and cognitive outcomes for people with a variety of afflictions, including stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy and autism, while also delivering tangible entertainment and recreational benefits," says Vincent John Vincent, President of GestureTek Inc.

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