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Virtual Reality Training Offers Benefits to Parkinson's Patients

News   Apr 11, 2019 | Original story from Experimental Biology

 
Virtual Reality Training Offers Benefits to Parkinson's Patients

A customized Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE) VR system known at the University of Utah as the Treadport. The Treadport is made up of: 1) a six-by-ten foot speed matching treadmill, 2) three eight-by-eight foot rear projection screens, 3) a seven-camera Vicon motion capture system, and 4) a safety harness system. Credit: K. Bo Foreman, University of Utah

 
 
 

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