Rolling Ball is our new tablet application that exercises motor skills. The tablet is used as a pendulum support to move the ball.
It proposes several exercises:
Chase the circles
Keep it at the center
Stay in the circle
Follow the line
You can configure settings: the size of the ball, the speed of the ball, etc., in order to make each exercise configurable and customizable.
With the Rolling Ball, several functions are stimulated:
- location in space
- fine motor skills
- Working memory
- Executive functions (including adaptation to situations, to the exercise's objects)
- The work of bimanual coordination
Indeed, fine motor skills are about the ability to handle and manipulate objects using the hand, fingers and thumb.
It aims to develop control of small muscles and their coordination with the eye.
With the ergonomic exercises offered in the Rolling ball, players can develop the agility of their fingers but also the flexibility of their wrist and their eye-hand coordination.
Moreover, with the different exercises the player works location in space thanks to the ball movement on the screen.
The speed of the ball, as well as the size, is adjustable in the settings and allows you to adjust the difficulty of the exercise.
These exercises can help people with attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity, by teaching them to focus for a certain amount of time.
However, attention is an important cognitive function that must be worked on regularly.
The rolling ball exercises finally allow users to gain self confidence by performing these exercises.
FOLLOW THE LINE
You can choose several trajectories, and then use the tablet as a pendulum to follow the line.
KEEP IT AT THE CENTER
The goal is to keep the ball at the center of the screen for a limited time.
STAY IN THE CIRCLE
Keep the ball inside the circle.
CHASE THE CIRCLES
Make the ball roll through the circles that appear on the screen.
The Rolling ball app can be used by health professionals:
But also by anyone wishing to work motor skills and attention, on the advice of their doctor.
You benefit from a one week free trial period.
The little extras:
- For professionals: Profile management and visualization of their statistics