Philipp Gulde

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Apraxia is a neuropsychological symptom occurring as a consequence of cerebrovascular accidents (CVA). Apraxic individuals suffer from compromised access to motor concepts relevant for execution of activities of daily living (ADL). The CogWatch project aims to develop an automatized rehabilitation system that would facilitate performance of ADL. This study(More)
This paper provides an overview of a concept for a Smart Skin, for enabling tactile prosthetics that provide for a natural sensation of touch. The solution embeds miniature, ultra-low power, wireless sensors into the silicone coating of the prosthetic. The solution offers advantages in terms of scalability, ability to place the sensors almost anywhere,(More)
We present a planar low-cost multichip module integration technology on a silicon substrate. It is designed for high frequency applications where bare dice are placed in substrate openings and connected through a thin film multilayer realized in a planar fashion on top of the embedded system. We discuss the technological realization and resulting properties(More)
Background: Stroke frequently impairs activities of daily living (ADL) and deteriorates the function of the contra- as well as the ipsilesional limbs. In order to analyze alterations of higher motor control unaffected by paresis or sensory loss, the kinematics of ipsilesional upper limb movements in patients with stroke has previously been analyzed during(More)
The kinematic performance of basic motor tasks shows a clear decrease with advancing age. This study examined if the rules known from such tasks can be generalized to activities of daily living. We examined the end-effector kinematics of 13 young and 13 elderly participants in the multi-step activity of daily living of tea-making. Furthermore, we analyzed(More)
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