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Submitted by TheLyonKing 733d ago | opinion piece

Nintendo Wii 'should be used to train surgeons'

Playing video games on the Nintendo Wii can help surgeons improve hand-eye coordination and should be used to enhance their training, according to a new study. (Culture, Nintendo, Wii)

knifefight  +   733d ago
Imagine a traumacenter gif here.
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firelogic  +   733d ago
lol. with how inaccurate the wii-mote is, HELL NO. PS Move would be the defacto training tool as far as commercially available (cheap) hardware goes.
Jadedz  +   733d ago
Huh?
The Wii remote's IR pointer, is the best feature about the controller.

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