Beta Test: Using Xbox technology to help stroke patients

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The system takes an image of a person's skeleton and then directs them to move their limbs in order to regain motion.

The idea is to make rehabilitation cheaper and easier for patients to do in their own homes. Students call the system “Neumimic.”

Ryan Warner speaks with Captain Todd Branchflower, an engineering instructor at the Air Force Academy, and Lt. Colonel Dan Oosterhaus, who is already using the system.