Qbi recognises body movements of a person and makes the ball roll in the direction in which the person is moving. In other words, when a person moves, the ball will roll. The movements can be carried out sitting down and standing up, with or without an (support) aid.
Combine Qbi’s body movements with exercise materials
Qbi can be combined with all kinds of exercise and fitness materials. This makes an exercise and performing a body movement even even more challenging. For example, use a balance board in combination with the torso movement. The possibilities are endless!
For various levels and target groups
Qbi can be adapted for people with various care needs. After all, some patients can be less mobile than others. How much someone has to move, the sensitivity, can be easily adjusted. As a result, the ball can be controlled with either the slightest or with more extensive movements.
Control the ball by stretching the arm forwards, left and right. Hold the hand against the chest to roll the ball towards you. Make sure that the hand is always held just below shoulder height, but always at chest height. This way Qbi can more accurately detect the movement of the arm. However, it is also possible to control the ball with the arm positioned above the head.
During the leg movement, the leg must be bent forwards, backwards, left and right to control the ball. Keep both feet at shoulder width: the ball stands still. Place the feet together: the ball rolls to the left. The legs do not necessarily have to cross each other to control the ball to the left or to the right.