Strolll attended Hobbs Rehabilitation Winchester, to demo their most up-to-date Augmented Reality* (AR) glasses which have been specially designed to help individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. Watch our patient and clinical feedback first-hand on Strolll’s YouTube video.
During the visit to Hobbs Winchester, Strolll provided background to the creation and development of the glasses and showed how to use them, the setup and also the application of the different functionalities. We had the opportunity to try the glasses on ourselves as well as on one of our superstar patients who kindly volunteered to attend the demo day.
Katy Saunders, Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist and Parkinson’s Disease Lead comments: “The Strolll glasses were really well received by all therapists and the patient. It was clear that Strolll has thought deeply about Parkinson’s disease and the challenging symptoms it poses. The games and cueing strategies are fun and varied and this really helped to engage the wearer. From a functional perspective the glasses were easy to put on and off and set up was really straight forward. Games could be adapted easily in the moment making it a useable device within therapy sessions. We are really looking forward to working with Strolll going forward and to see how the technology continues to develop.”
Strolll is the leading developer of digital therapeutics (DTx) software for AR glasses that empowers movement therapy for people living with neurological conditions. Strolll DTx is the world’s first, patented augmented reality (AR) solution for cueing therapy and gamified exercise to improve gait, and balance and reduce fall risk for people with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions.
Tom Finn, Strolll Founder and Creative Director, comments: “We are absolutely thrilled to join forces with such a forward-thinking company, we had a fantastic demo session with great feedback from both therapists and PWPs alike. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for this awesome collaboration.”
*Augmented reality (AR) is an interactive experience that enhances the real world with computer-generated perceptual information. Using software, apps, and hardware such as AR glasses, augmented reality overlays digital content onto real-life environments and objects.