3 words to characterize it [Editor's note: MotionVR]: intuitive, fluidity and possibilities
"While the health crisis has put the entire world on pause for a year now, we were privileged to receive the first Motion VR, the Computerized Dynamic Posturography and Rehab Motion Simulator .
If there's one word you can put aside when trying this platform, it's the word "disappointment".
First of all, it has a modern, unique, even futuristic design that makes you think of a (luxury) sports car with all the options, and it has many options !
The start-up is fast, the access is easy for the patient and the use of the software is intuitive.
The "MotionVR" works with or without virtual reality. There are several programs and associated assessments (SOT...), but the force plate itself allows us to move the plate on 5 axis (including the vertical axis) in 10 directions. We can setup the speed, the duration of a stationary position, the pause etc... The customization options and the ability to program the platform up to 12 degrees per axis give me the flexibility to create a variety of exercises for my patients.
No need to worry about the heavy weight of a patient, it has been designed for and the guardrail is adjustable in height to secure the tall and the small!
3 words to characterize it: intuitive, fluidity and possibilities.
The patients were all delighted with these first sessions and with the variability of the work that this Motion VR allows.
So yes, we expected it, and yes, we are happy with the result. It’s met the challenge, and to be quite honest, even better than we expected. Well done!”
Testimony of François-Noël Regazzacci, Physical Therapist, Regazzacci Physical and Balance Therapy Clinic at Ajaccio in Corsica, France, specialized in Vestibular Rehabilitation and balance disorders for nearly 25 years..