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Press

The science and solutions of NMI have been prominently features in national press.

 
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Could a Video Game Be the Key to Stroke Recovery

John Krakauer and his team of researchers, artists, and programmers, are developing a new way of thinking about post-stroke therapies. By combining the human hand-eye coordination of video games and the playfulness of dolphins, Krakauer is hoping to change the way we think about—and treat— stroke patients.

 
 
 
 
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Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are using video games to help stimulate brain recovery and improve patients’ quality of life.

 
 
 
 
 
The rehabilitative game aims to create a visceral link between the patient’s body and Bandit, a simulated dolphin.   

The rehabilitative game aims to create a visceral link between the patient’s body and Bandit, a simulated dolphin.