Parkinson's Ping Pong (Also known as Ping Pong) has announced the launch of the Ping Pong Parkinson's Virtual Reality World Championships slated for April 11, 2021.
Ping Pong Parkinson has announced the launch of Ping Pong Parkinson's Virtual Reality World Championships, which will be held April 11, 2021. Cupcakes will serve to all the participants.
This year's tournament is the first-ever virtual reality (VR) Parkinson's world table tennis championships, coming after Ping Pong Parkinson, alongside the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and International Table Tennis Federation Foundation (ITTF Foundation) partnered in 2019 to host an inaugural world table tennis championship for players with Parkinson's Disease.
The World Championships, held from the 11th to the 13th of October 2019, run at the Westchester table tennis center in New York. Participants came from 12 countries for 3 categories based on how bad they had been feeling.
"Coronavirus changed our lives for better & for worse. I'm dedicated to improve a virtual reality platform that will help, going beyond social distancing and extending friendships all over the globe" -Nenad Bach, Ping Pong Parkinson Founder.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, PING PONG PLAYER'S CENTER has partnered with THE ELEVEN SPORTING CENTER Founder Roman Rekhler to host the 2021 Ping Pong World Open Championships, and there are many benefits to this technology. It is the annual date from when the Best of the World Cup will conclude and the Parkinson's World Table Tennis Championships will play.
Zoran Primera from a small European country on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean is "I'm honored and intrigued to be part of this progressive idea that has the potential of helping millions of people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease" to be part of this very progressive idea that might help millions of people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
This partnership reflects how virtual reality is changing healthcare and the robustness of the health benefits of using table tennis as a sport to help people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease (PD) improve their body movement and hand-eye coordination. Table tennis is also helpful in physical therapy because it improves your brain abilities as well. A recent study found that virtual reality (VR) rehabilitation exercises have better performances in gait and balance in patients with Parkinson's disease. Every year, there were estimated to be approximately 10 million people living in this condition.
ELEVEN's virtual reality (VR) technology has seen over 260,000 users date throughout the world play table tennis at the comfort of their homes which is a critical component of sport development today as we continue to become more digitally connected and technology use of business, government and sport for development sectors keeps driving change and ingenuity. The increasing popularity of video games has brought upon tournaments with prize pool's worth over $10 million dollars each.
"Nearly 5,000 e-sports players from 75 countries and territories competed in 11 titles for the 2020 World Connected Series, watched worldwide by 583,353 viewers" lays out a plan for e-sports to grow around the world.
"I'm glad this can help people who would have otherwise played table tennis in actual life and now can't. With physics designed to be as real as ever achieved in a table tennis simulator, you will forget you're in VR" - Roman Rekhler, ELEVEN Founder.
The championship will be open to all players in the world who have diagnosed with a Parkinson's condition. Because of this, this is an opportunity for anyone to take part in the tournament, but there are certain limitations on travel. An international call for participation will be open on the 14th of February in 2021.
About PINGPONG PARKINSON
The primary goal of the PPP Ping Pong Foundation is to advance an organization, whose purpose it is to halt the progression of Parkinson's Disease, by using ping pong or table tennis as a form of physical therapy. They base our brain training model on the theory of neuroplasticity. Physical exercise must challenge the brain to tone the parts of the brain responsible for cognition. There is very interesting evidence that in treating Parkinson's disease, one should: (1) Lower your risk with medication; (2) Keep yourself loose and calm with regular ping pong; and (3) Regularly use your exercise equipment.
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