The ‘Ditto' is a new medical tool designed to distract young burn victims from the painful and often arduous task of changing their dressings. Cleverly disguised as a video game, the therapy aid is designed for use with 3-8 year olds. Creator Sam Bucolo, Associate Professor of Queensland University of Technology, designed the device to engage children from the get-go:

“It was important that the product took only seconds to engage the child and it was also important that the distraction lasted 20 minutes, about the length of time it usually takes a nurse to replace burns bandaging,” Professor Bucolo said.

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