- by Liliana S.Giraud
- First steps…
- Setting up goals: Learning the basics .
- We need a design.
- Collecting stuff, getting tools, equipment, robot parts.. 23 more words
Stroke is a significant cause of disability in the population. When the arm is affected by stroke, functional recovery may be poor. The use of robotic aids to enhance arm recovery is a novel treatment adjunct. 266 more words
Background. Individuals with chronic stroke often have long-lasting upper extremity impairments that impede function during activities of daily living. Rehabilitation robotics have shown promise in improving arm function, but current systems do not allow realistic training of activities of daily living. 204 more words
Objective: To compare response to upper limb treatment using robotics (ROB) + motor learning (ML) vs. functional electrical stimulation (FES) + ML vs. ML alone, according to a measure of complex functional everyday tasks for chronic, severely impaired stroke survivors. 240 more words
I’m always excited to get my hands on new sensors, so when I saw the APDS-9960 RGB and gesture sensor breakout board from SparkFun I ordered one immediately. 326 more words