Virtual Reality Rehabilitation (VRR) combines virtual reality technology with movement therapy. There are different forms of VRR and some devices use screens and a form of remote control through which the child can interact with the virtual world. More recently, headsets have been developed which allow a child to immerse into a virtual world and take part in video game-like tasks. Sensors placed on their arms and legs can help create a virtual version of the child and help them to see how they are using their body within the 3D environment. This can help a child imagine and plan their movements.
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