Command control for functional electrical stimulation hand grasp systems using miniature accelerometers and gyroscopes

@article{Tong2003CommandCF,
  title={Command control for functional electrical stimulation hand grasp systems using miniature accelerometers and gyroscopes},
  author={Dr K. Y. Tong and Arthur F. T. Mak and Wing-yuk Ip},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={710-717}
}
Recent commercially available miniature sensors have the potential to improve the functions of functional electrical stimulation (FES) systems in terms of control, reliability and robustness. A new control approach using a miniature gyroscope and an accelerometer was studied. These sensors were used to detect the linear acceleration and angular velocity of residual voluntary movements on upper limbs and were small and easy to put on. Five healthy subjects and three cervical spinal cord injured… CONTINUE READING

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