Virtual gaming isn’t just for the kiddies anymore.
80+ year olds are bowling, golfing, racing, and even bullriding, with the benefits of no goofy shoes or crotch discomfort. How is this possible you ask?
TigerPlace, an MU affiliated senior living community, has placed that magical Wii controller into the hot little (yet old) hands of those looking for some entertainment, excitement, and to do those activities they most enjoyed but can no longer physically do.
Wii gaming is the virtual entertainment system that most closely mimics the motions of the gaming activity. The controller responds to motion, so when you golf for instance, you literally swing the controller as if it were your golf club.
Read more about the benefits of Wii in TigerPlace here.