Quick Guide for Players


  1. What do we need?
  2. Using LusioHub
  3. Using LusioMATE games
  4. Placing LusioMATE sensors on the body
  5. Registering movement 

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Your login details should be in your email inbox, if you can't find them, contact your clinician or us at letsplay@lusiorehab.com.

If you forget your password, use this link.


Download LusioHub from one of the links below: 

For Apple iOS devices         For Android devices

Install the LusioHub and login, then navigate to "Your new games", pick a LusioMATE game and click on it.




It takes you to the Apple Store or Google Play to download the individual games. Before you run the game, please ensure you have Bluetooth (and on Android devices, the Location) is on.


Start the game and log in to continue.
Select a prescription to continue. 
If you are just setting up you will only see the "Play with Lusio (default)", so click on that. also If you'd like to create your own prescriptions, you need to login as a clinician/parent. see here
Start by selecting a difficulty level.  We recommend starting on an Easy level.
Now, turn on your LusioMATEs and wait until the lights become stable-green (if it's blinking, it's low battery!). Connecting for the very first time can take longer, especially if there are other Bluetooth devices in the  room.  If necessary, just give it a little time and wait!
When your connection is solid, click on the "Play" button to continue.


Before putting LusioMATEs on your body, it's important to calibrate them.



Watch this video to see how to calibrate them, if you are not sure.


Insert LusioMATEs into the loop straps.



To start, let's put it on the wrist, like in the example video below.

LusioMATE's can attach to ANY part of the body, by using the extension straps included in your LusioMATE pack. (This wrist placement is just an example.)



On the set positions screen, click on "Automatic".


Now repeat a movement for a few times until it detects your chosen movement.


Watch the videos below to get a better understanding, again with wrist movement as an example.


Here's another example with hip movement.


Now you are ready to go!!


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