STIMULATION WITH INTRICATE MOVEMENTS 

(SWIM) STUDY

dolphin_video_game_inset
dolphin_video_game_inset

12
12

IMG_2522
IMG_2522

dolphin_video_game_inset
dolphin_video_game_inset

1/16

Encouraging activity through a fun interactive video game!

Players use their own arms to move Bandit the Dolphin and help him eat fish.

The game is almost entirely motion-based without the need for complicated hand-held controllers, making it open to players of all skill levels!

Moving with Bandit is unique!

Unlike other games encouraging physical exercise, Bandit encourages upper-body movement, allowing for players of diverse functional abilities to play along!

By having players use both their brain and body together, we hope to improve their ability to function in complex daily environments.

Meet Bandit the Dolphin!

Bandit the Dolphin was originally designed (along with other fish in the game) through observation of the movements and behaviors of the aquatic life at the National Aquarium in Baltimore City.

Bandit's life-like movements and friendly face make it easy for players to connect with him!

IMG_20190510_100322.jpg
dolphin_video_game-header_edited.jpg