Mark Felling speaks at Grand Opening of Fun-IE-Fit Inclusion Rehabilitation Center in the Netherlands with large Video Gaming Rehabilitation Program

Last week Mark Felling, President, Broadened Horizons Inc. designer and manufacturer of the world’s broadest line of adapted video game controllers was asked to speak at the Grand Opening of Fun-IE-Fit Inclusion Rehabilitation Center in the Netherlands.  They feature a large Video Gaming Gymnasium for active, fun rehabilitation with a focus around social inclusion. the […]

Game On! from the Blog of North Dakota Interagency Program for Assistive Technology

Of course we must show off and break up our Partners who take the time to break up our products!  Thank you IPAT, keep up the great work and do not hesitate to let us know how we can help! Game On!  IPAT ND Assistive Technology Blog By Mike Haring FEBRUARY 21, 2013 A little over two years […]

PowerGrip Assisted Grasp Orthosis controlled directly by Brain Implant

The PowerGrip Assisted Grasp Orthosis from Broadened Horizonshas been changing the lives of C4-C5 Quadriplegics with some arm movement but paralyzed hands, fingers, and wrists since 2006.  The PowerGrip has enabled and fueled numerous university research studies such as the IpsiHand project at Washington University in St. Louis that enabled direct brain control over the PowerGrip orthosis. Eric Leuthardt, MD, […]

Broadened Horizons supporting Assistive Technology Education at Stanford University

Broadened Horizons encourages and supports assistive technology innovation, development, and education. Mark Felling, designer of many of Broadened Horizons’ unique assistive technologies,  will be volunteering as an industry expert resource for Stanford University’s ENGR110/210  Perspectives in Assistive Technology class. As an engineer and a quadriplegic user of assistive technologies Mark is able to share a […]