I have seen many desktop software for office workers like Workrave, Guardian-EOS and RSI Guard (Remedy Interactive is apparently same company behind Guardian-EOS) out there to prevent repetitive strain injuries, which makes sense and fits in with maintaining workplace health and safety.
However, when it comes to mobile applications, there are numerous games that encourage the users to tap/click/swipe repetitively and perhaps in thinking that younger people are less prone to the long term effects of these actions is ignoring some fundamental principles about design ethics.
I would like to know if there are existing strategies (preferably supported by examples) that are either an extension of desktop applications or targeted specifically for mobile devices, that have been applied successfully in mobile applications (particularly games and entertainment apps) that provide features to prevent or minimize the impact of RSI.
NOTEWORTHY: I recently saw on another StackExchange site talking about the Alexander Technique that has been used by musicians for a long time to help manage the stress on their body parts when playing instruments for long periods of time. Perhaps there's an opportunity to introduce technology into this area for mutual benefit?