Re: Welcome tool for stroke victims
Lorna, I don't know what level of Kinect the Microsoft project is using, but Jintronix is still on the first version. I'm sure they will move with the platform's evolution, but the first step is to get the product into use helping patients. I don't know much about Kinect v2, except that I've read that it can track many more points on the body (also many more "players," but that facility is not so useful in this application).
Perhaps there is a place for technology in helping stroke patients regain speech fluency as well. VR is making great strides, between Nuance's local recognition and the cloud-assisted VR demonstrated by Apple and Google.