The science and solutions of M²H have been prominently featured in national press.
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.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are using video games to help stimulate brain recovery and improve patients’ quality of life.