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    Prosthetic Research Analysis announces:

    VIP - Visual

    Computer based training for gait analysis and dynamic alignment of the
    trans-femoral (AK) prosthesis.

    PRS has created an interactive multimedia training program for
    rehabilitation professionals which teaches visual analysis of AK amputee
    gait and its correlation to prosthetic alignment. The program uses digitized
    film clips of the most common gait deviations (e.g. vaulting,
    circumduction). With the intuitive interface the user can try various
    alignments and see which gait is produced. Conversely, the user can
    choose a
    gait deviation and see what the possible problems are with the prosthetic
    alignment. There is also a challenge mode in which the user is asked to
    identify a randomly selected mode of gait, diagnose the possible problems
    causing this gait and make the proper corrections to the alignment of the
    simulated prosthesis.

    This software is compatible with Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh
    computers. Professional Continuing Education Credits from ABC have been
    requested for users of this program. If you are interested in more
    information or in obtaining a copy of VIP then email your request to and put CD-ROM in the subject.

    Minimum System Requirements

    Apple Macintosh :-

    * 25 MHz 68030 (Mac II Si or faster)
    * 5MB RAM free
    * 2MB Hard Disk free
    * 640x480 resolution monitor, 256 color
    * System 7.x, Double Speed CD-ROM {300 KB}

    Multimedia PC -

    * Fast 486DX2 or 486DX4
    * 8MB RAM
    * 5 MB Hard Disk free
    * 640x480 resolution monitor, 256 colors
    * DOS 5.0 or later, Windows 3.1 or Windows95
    * Sound Card
    * Double Speed CD-ROM {300 KB}.

    Kim ColemaNesset
    Research Engineer
    Prosthetics Research Study
    720 Broadway
    Seattle, WA 98122

    Phone: (206) 328-3116
    FAX: (206) 325-3607
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