Stealth Products Inc launches the i-Drive LOONZ video game, aiming to help children improve their driving skills via game play.

The app was designed in association with Trident Technologies to work with the i-Drive 4.0, and provide fun for the child playing with it while allowing therapists or parents to assess their driving skills.

“I’m a gamer myself, and I started noticing the most popular games were not necessarily friendly to gamers with disabilities,” says Gabriel Romero, VP of sales and marketing at Stealth.

“Working with Trident Technologies, we set out to develop a game for wheelchair users that could also be used as an assessment tool for clinicians.”

Available in the iTunes store, the app is compatible only with i-Drive 4.5 firmware.

Stealth Products Inc, located in Burnet, Tex, is a division of Quantum Rehab.

[Source: Stealth Products Inc]