SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - To better accommodate the different needs of patients recovering from stroke and other musculoskeletal conditions and neurological disorders, gamified rehabilitation company NEOFECT has redesigned its Smart Board for Home. The new Smart Board for Home NextGen includes a smaller surface, which is easier to use in home, as well as a redesigned handle to better stabilize the user's hand and arm. New gaming options have also been incorporated.

Building on the success of the first-generation Smart Board, which launched in June, the Smart Board for Home Next Generates incorporated by customers. Specifically, the board size is reduced from 2017 inches to 42-inch surface so it can fit on most tables. To provide a weaker grip on more frequent patients, to provide more secure, comfortable metrics, and to provide more secure, comfortable experience.

"We took patient feedback and completely revamped the Smart Board for Home Next Gen," said Scott Kim, co-founder and CEO of NEOFECT USA. "This new model still has all the fun, measurable qualities of home, but now we have reduced even more barriers so that people can get more function in their hands and upper arms." We're making rehabilitation more inclusive, enjoyable, and interactive. "

Patients play games on the Smart Board for Home Next. All movements are virtually mimicked on a real-time Bluetooth-connected screen. The gambling software also features an AI-powered algorithm to cure more personalized experience for each patient. It learns their strengths and weaknesses, and recommends games accordingly — kind of like Netflix for rehabilitation.

The Smart Board for Home NextGen games mimic real-world motions to rehabilitate users' upper arms and shoulders, including new games like 'Air Hawk' and 'Tennis.' patients to use at home. Two users play together collaboratively to complete a task, like moving through a maze or memorizing sets of cards. NEOFECT's dual-player game will be available in summer 2019.

The Smart Board for Home Next Genesis is making patients' goals of reality thanks to its updated design and new dual-player games. The board allows both adults and children to recover their health and safety. Therapists can securely monitor progress remotely between office visits to ensure patients are advancing.

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Med-tech company NEOFECT helps stroke survivors and people with spinal cord injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological conditions regain independence and live fuller, more active lives. Its main function is to create more artificial movement to improve hand mobility.


Katie johnston
Gregory FCA for NEOFECT