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Reality DTx® by Strolll

Augmented reality solution for neurological conditions
What is Reality DTx by Strolll?

Strolll‘s Reality DTx augmented reality glasses provide a solution for cueing therapy and gamified exercise through a wearable and portable device. The augmented reality glasses improve gait, balance and reduce the risk of falls for those with Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions.

What is Augmented Reality (AR)?

Augmented Reality is a technology that superimposes digital information, such as images, sounds, or text, onto the real-world environment, enhancing the user’s perception and interaction with their surroundings. It seamlessly integrates computer-generated elements into the physical world, often through the use of smartphones, tablets, or in this case AR glasses.

Individuals with a Parkinson’s diagnosis and those with other neurological conditions can benefit from having rehabilitation with the device. 

Gait and Balance

The AR glasses can provide visual cues and feedback to help individuals with Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions maintain better posture and balance while walking. Virtual markers or lines displayed in the glasses can assist in navigating spaces and avoiding obstacles.

Hand-eye Coordination

Reality DTx by Strolll can be used to display interactive games or exercises that focus on improving hand-eye coordination. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who may experience difficulties in fine motor skills.

Cognitive Function

Strolll’s device can include cognitive training exercises and memory games to support cognitive function. Engaging in mental activities through AR can enhance cognitive abilities in individuals with neurological conditions.

Strolll’s augmented reality glasses work by superimposing games or visual cues into your existing reality. This allows you to move around and exercise with greater ease in your own or clinical environment. 

The therapist introduces patients to the augmented environment, discusses specific goals, and selects suitable games. The devices are initially used within a Hobbs Rehabilitation outpatient centre but they can then be taken home to use with a prescribed activity list. The therapist can remotely monitor activity and modify the activity list as needed for patient progress.

There are two available treatment options for the use of the device within your rehabilitation. 

In a Centre

You can receive face-to-face outpatient treatment using the device at one of our centres (South East/Winchester) alongside a Hobbs Rehabilitation clinician with an end-of-package evaluation with outcome measures and future planning.


Reality DTx by Strolll is available to rent for home use. Alongside renting out the device, you will have access to virtual progress reviews with a Hobbs Rehabilitation clinician and a face-to-face end-of-package evaluation featuring outcome measures and future planning.

Follow-up sessions will be available to book for both face-to-face and virtual treatment.

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We offer our services at Hobbs Rehabilitation South East (Liss) and Winchester – find your nearest centre

Alternatively, call us on 01962 779796 to talk with our team or fill out our enquiry form on our contact page.

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