For R.I. company, glove is a great fit for gamers

WARRIOR SKINS: Dana Paul, left, CEO of Ritual Motion in Warwick, and Fred Tindall, director of production, show off the company’s new gloves to help competitive video game players prevent injuries from repetitive hand motions. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
WARRIOR SKINS: Dana Paul, left, CEO of Ritual Motion in Warwick, and Fred Tindall, director of production, show off the company’s new gloves to help competitive video game players prevent injuries from repetitive hand motions. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
Dana Paul was watching a video game with his kids last year when he realized how crucial repetitive hand motions are to gaming. Knowing that some gamers play for hours, he turned to his kids to test an idea. Paul, a consultant to a manufacturer that was promoting a supportive glove for people with carpal…

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