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Gaming / Adaptive Game Control #1130608

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 29, 2018
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Charleston, West Virginia: Catie Beck) Competition for paralyzed video game players who use adaptive game controlling featured; scenes shown from New Orleans Children's Hospital, where the AbleGamers Foundation is helping. [AbleGamers lead researcher Greg HAYNES†- explains how games can be controlled.] [Hospital's recreational therapist Krista SWAN†- reacts to the technology.] [AbleGamers founder Mark BARLET††- explains how the technology adapts.] [Paralyzed gamer Josh WARD - says video games take you places.] [Disabled veteran Jeremy PFLEGOR†- says it is a connection.]

Reporter(s):
Balart, Jose Diaz;
Beck, Catie
Duration:
00:02:00

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