Playthesis is a project born from a university workshop. We decided to create severals mini-games, in order to make this reeducation easier, and bring a piece of happiness in the daily life of the patients.
The aim is to suggest a set of mini-games which could be played with a myoelectric bracelet, able to feel contractions of the biceps and the triceps of the patient.


Seïko is planned by our team as the introductory game to the principle of rehabilitation. The game is controlled only with simple biceps and triceps contractions, allowing the patient to begin to get used to the movements necessary for handling their future prosthesis.

The player thus controls the trajectory of a falling star falling from the sky, moving it from right to left in order to avoid the branches in its path.

Controls: Q: Left- D: Rgiht- M: On/Off Sound

Project page :ïko.html

Made withUnity


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Great job!

I think the controls are very well  tuned and I like the atmosphere and music. I had only a couple issues. The UI gets in the way of seeing branches. I would suggest making the UI smaller and/or moving it to the top of the screen.  Last, I'm not sure if it was intentional but it doesn't seem like there is a penalty for hitting branches. 

Otherwise, I like the way it turned out. Good luck with your future projects! 

Thanks !

This game was realized to be use with a Myoarm band to help reeducation of disabled persons of the upper limbs. There is no penalty for hitting branch because the goal is to discover step by step how to use muscular contraction to control something.

I'll work on a clean english translation of the project's description to make it clear.

I understand. That's really neat!

I figured it was something like that but I didn't know whether you had changed it for the web version.