Las Vegas, Nevada, January 7th, 2016 — Mobility Research, developer of physical rehabilitation solutions and supplier of LiteGait® products, and SMK-Link Electronics, owner of Gyration® Air Mouse® products and a division of SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., today announced Therapy Mouseä—a new motion-sensing, ‘wearable’ pointing device that enables game-driven physical rehabilitation. See a demonstration at CES16 (#20400 South Hall-1, LVCC).
“Through our partnership with SMK, we are pleased to introduce Therapy Mouse--an innovation that extends physical rehabilitation from the clinic setting into the home” said Amir Seif, President Mobility Research. “Enabling game-driven physical exercise, the wearable Therapy Mouse allows mobility-limited individuals to utilize gaming software in treatment of arthritis and physical rehabilitation from injury and other orthopedic and neurological ailments and conditions. We look to future such partnerships with game developers to expand the suite of LiteGait software products offered with this technology.”
“With the home physical rehabilitation market projected to reach $175 billion worldwide by 2023, the opportunity for home-based rehabilitation products is clear,” said Paul Evans, President, SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A. and SMK-Link Electronics. “We are pleased to partner with Mobility Research to provide Therapy Mouse—a wearable input device adding motion-sensing, game-based patient interaction to their LiteGait Physical Rehabilitation products.
About SMK-Link Electronics
SMK-Link Electronics, a subsidiary of SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., is a global supplier of computer and mobile device peripherals, providing RemotePoint® Presentation Remote Controls, Gyration® Air Mouse® products, PC input devices and wireless accessories. Learn more at www.smklink.com.
About Mobility Research
As a pioneer in physical rehabilitation solutions, Mobility Research is the manufacturer of the LiteGait® products, used for more than 20 years to treat individuals with spinal cord injury, amputation, stroke, chronic pain, head injury, orthopedic problems, cerebral palsy, balance issues, multiple sclerosis, and arthritis. Mobility Research is dedicated to the utilization of technologies to provide innovative rehabilitation solutions for pediatric and motor-control related disabilities. Learn more at http://www.litegait.com/.