Hand of Hope: EMG-driven Robotic Arm for After Stroke Rehab

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Here is an EMG-driven robotic arm for after stroke rehab. Hand of Hope detects the patient’s intention to move the hand via EMG signals. It is designed to help patients in motor re-learning. The system relies on audio and visual stimulation to make the rehab process more fun. The below video provides more information on this device:

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Hand of Hope has passive and active training modes for hand opening and grasping. It could make life a lot easier for post-stroke patients. More information is available on Rehab Robotics.

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