Category: Lower Extremity Disabilities


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The GameCycle is a hand-propelled bicycle exerciser system designed for use by people with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, and other neurological, lower extremity or mobility disabilities as well as people who use wheelchairs. This system merges exercise with video games by incorporating a modified arm ergometer that interfaces with a Nintendo GameCube to allow for the control of commercially-available racing games. The GameCycle consists of a height-adjustable pair of arm crank with adjustable resistance and hand grips. A flat screen and a touchscreen controller are mounted in front of the arm cranks. The user sits or stands and turns the arm cranks to cause the vehicle in the racing game to accelerate, and steer by tilting the cranks left or right. This ergometer features sensors that record speed while turnstile sensors record direction, emulating the joystick control necessary to operate common video games. The system includes a screen and user-friendly touchscreen interface with software to facilitate set-up and ease of use. This system is compatible with a variety of video games to maximize the choice of games and enhance motivation to exercise.


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