Stealth Products launches video game for wheelchair users

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

BURNET, Texas – Stealth Products has launched a video game that allows a pediatric wheelchair user to have fun while a parent or therapist conducts a driving assessment. “I’m a gamer myself and I started noticing the most popular games were not necessarily friendly to gamers with disabilities,” said Gabriel Romero, vice president of sales and marketing for Stealth Products, a manufacturer of head and body support/positioning products, joystick mounts, trays and seating. “We set out to develop a game for wheelchair users that could also be used as an assessment tool for clinicians.” i-Drive LOONZ, which is available on the Apple i-Tunes app store and works on the i-Drive 4.0, was designed with Trident Technologies, a software development company. Game play and assessment are also possible on a manual mobility base using an i-Drive 4.0 with battery pack.