New glasses to help stroke victims

New glasses to help stroke victims

Posted on 05th March 2012

Israeli-developed spectacles costing around £1,600 per pair are being used to help stroke victims walk again.

They work by projecting an image of a tiled black and white floor into the corner of each eyepiece – the images appear to move towards the patient as their body advances prompting the brain to send signals to nerves in the legs and feet.


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