to link the flutter to a videogame

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   Posted 4/12/2007 8:46 AM (GMT -6)   



I am the mother of 13 years old boy struck by CF.


To enjoy his physiotherapy, with a group of engineers we created the software "Flower" who links the flutter to a videogame.


We translated the software "Flower" to English so that the game is accessible for more people.


Here is the address of the software:


You can download it free.


Could you say me what you think about it?


If you have difficulties to download the program or if you meet other difficulties, please, let us   know.


The goal is not at all financial; it is to collect the maximum information for still making progress this software.


Best regards.


Brigitte Bouzin



Please, don’t hesitated writing me your opinion.

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   Posted 4/12/2007 12:39 PM (GMT -6)   
Wow that is a very good idea! I've always been a strong supporter of playing video games while having physio (just seems to pass the time faster) but to have a system that can also give you feedback on your breathing, thats very impressive! :) Now all I have to do is find a flutter so I can try it out myself! *smiles*

Congratulations on a very well thought out program!

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   Posted 4/12/2007 1:16 PM (GMT -6)   
That sounds like a fantastic bit of software!

Unfortuantely our hospital don't provide flutters anymore as most of us find the PEP II which is made by Pari more usefull at cleaning out the old lungs.

If you do make the software for Pari PEP devices or Profile ADD Ineb devices please let us know. I can see it helping with compliance issues.
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