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Old 10-14-2009, 07:21 PM   #1
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Okay, I'm looking for someone that could create a "homebrew" for the wii system. This game must concentrate on gross movements of the wrist (flexion/extention). Im looking for something within these lines (www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6mcxFLglck).

WHATS IN IT FOR YOU?

If your game produces good results with our patients rehabilitation process and ARMY community. You would get a big recognition in the ARMY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT. Trust me I would make sure of this.

Im looking for something that is simple and functional (just like the example provided)

If I like the product I wouldnt mind paying the price.

WHO AM I?


My name is Alex Hatchett I am a Non Commision Officer in the United States Army. I am a Occupational Therapist who concentrates on patients with upper extremity problems. I been in the Army for 8 Years and Im currently stationed in FT. Stewart GA 31419.

IF YOU have any questions and further guidelines email me at Alex.Hatchett@us.army.mil
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Old 10-15-2009, 03:08 AM   #2
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You will have to provide some more information.

Does it need to be on the Wii or just use the Wii motion controls?
What will be the 'game's' aim?
Define 'gross' movements (ie how big is 'big'). How fast or slow do you want the movements to be? Can you illustrate what motions of the wrist you want to use?
How long should the game be? How many levels? What type of game?
How polished do you want this to be?
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Old 10-15-2009, 07:43 AM   #3
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And if it really is to be on the Wii, do you have the necessary licensed development equipment from Nintendo?
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