Optical Myography: Detecting Finger Movements by Looking at the Forearm

@inproceedings{Nissler2016OpticalMD,
  title={Optical Myography: Detecting Finger Movements by Looking at the Forearm},
  author={Christian Nissler and Nikoleta Mouriki and Claudio Castellini},
  booktitle={Front. Neurorobot.},
  year={2016}
}
  • Christian Nissler, Nikoleta Mouriki, Claudio Castellini
  • Published in Front. Neurorobot. 2016
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • One of the crucial problems found in the scientific community of assistive/rehabilitation robotics nowadays is that of automatically detecting what a disabled subject (for instance, a hand amputee) wants to do, exactly when she wants to do it, and strictly for the time she wants to do it. This problem, commonly called "intent detection," has traditionally been tackled using surface electromyography, a technique which suffers from a number of drawbacks, including the changes in the signal… CONTINUE READING

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