Cell phone based balance trainer

  title={Cell phone based balance trainer},
  author={Beom-Chan Lee and JeongHee Kim and Shu Chen and Kathleen H. Sienko},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
In their current laboratory-based form, existing vibrotactile sensory augmentation technologies that provide cues of body motion are impractical for home-based rehabilitation use due to their size, weight, complexity, calibration procedures, cost, and fragility. We have designed and developed a cell phone based vibrotactile feedback system for potential use in balance rehabilitation training in clinical and home environments. It comprises an iPhone with an embedded tri-axial linear… CONTINUE READING
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