A fully passive fluidic cup holder for tremor compensation

Abstract

In the article on hand, two types of a non-actuated assistive device which should assist persons suffering tremor disease are presented. The device should help patients in the everyday life situation of drinking and replace devices currently used, such as feeding cups.

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@article{Fischer2010AFP, title={A fully passive fluidic cup holder for tremor compensation}, author={Meredith Fischer and Franz Irlinger and Tim L{\"{u}th}, journal={2010 3rd IEEE RAS & EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics}, year={2010}, pages={837-842} }