Design of a Cable-Driven Arm Exoskeleton (CAREX) for Neural Rehabilitation

@article{Mao2012DesignOA,
  title={Design of a Cable-Driven Arm Exoskeleton (CAREX) for Neural Rehabilitation},
  author={Ying Mao and Sunil Kumar Agrawal},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Robotics},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={922-931}
}
Rehabilitation robots are, currently, being explored for training of neural impaired subjects or for assistance of those with weak limbs. Intensive training of neurally impaired subjects, with quantifiable outcomes, is the eventual goal of these robot exoskeletons. Conventional arm exoskeletons for rehabilitation are bulky and heavy. In recent years, the authors have proposed to make lightweight exoskeletons for rehabilitation by replacing the rigid links of the exoskeleton with lightweight… CONTINUE READING
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