Timocco unveils latest therapeutic gaming technology

TIMOCCO INC. CEO Eran Arden shows Mia Izzi Pirotto how to use the company’s latest therapeutic gaming technology that allows users to practice more complex hand and wrist movements while playing games online. The game used motion-based technology to track the movements for children with special needs. Timocco has been testing the game with students and staff at Providence’s Meeting Street school as well as with faculty from Brown University and Hasbro Children’s Hospital. / COURTESY TIMOCCO INC.
TIMOCCO INC. CEO Eran Arden shows Mia Izzi Pirotto how to use the company’s latest therapeutic gaming technology that allows users to practice more complex hand and wrist movements while playing games online. The game used motion-based technology to track the movements for children with special needs. Timocco has been testing the game with students and staff at Providence’s Meeting Street school as well as with faculty from Brown University and Hasbro Children’s Hospital. / COURTESY TIMOCCO INC.
PROVIDENCE – Timocco Inc., which has developed an online skills development therapeutic gaming platform for special needs children, recently unveiled more technology that allows children to practice more complex hand and wrist movements while playing. Based in Akron, Ohio, Timocco said the new motion-based technology features controllers and games. The announcement was made at Meeting…

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