A robotic system to train activities of daily living in a virtual environment

@article{Guidali2011ARS,
  title={A robotic system to train activities of daily living in a virtual environment},
  author={Marco Guidali and Alexander Duschau-Wicke and Simon Broggi and Verena Klamroth-Marganska and Tobias Nef and Robert Riener},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={1213-1223}
}
In the past decade, several arm rehabilitation robots have been developed to assist neurological patients during therapy. Early devices were limited in their number of degrees of freedom and range of motion, whereas newer robots such as the ARMin robot can support the entire arm. Often, these devices are combined with virtual environments to integrate motivating game-like scenarios. Several studies have shown a positive effect of game-playing on therapy outcome by increasing motivation. In… CONTINUE READING
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