Biofeedback to Help Children in Bed

** COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES ** Gorgeous biofeedback to help calm your breathing A lot of computer games are breath-taking to play, but few more so than the one developed by scientists at Dublin's Media Lab Europe.

Instead of using a joystick or mouse to control on-screen characters the game uses sensors stuck to a player's body. The sensors monitor breathing and only move characters on-screen if the player breathes in the right way.

The game is designed for children in hospital to help them cope with boredom during long periods of bed rest and recuperation.

Thanks to: and International Journal of Healing and Caring - On Line

Volume 3, No. 5, May 2003

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