PC-based telerehabilitation system with force feedback.

  title={PC-based telerehabilitation system with force feedback.},
  author={Valentina Popescu and Grigore Greg Burdea and Mourad Bouzit and Michael J. Girone and Vincent R. Hentz},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
A PC-based orthopedic rehabilitation system was developed for use at home, while allowing for remote monitoring from the clinic. The home rehabilitation station has a Pentium II PC with graphics accelerator, Polhemus tracker, and a novel Multipurpose Haptic Control Interface with its own Pentium board. This interface is used to sample patient's hand positions and to provide resistive forces using the Rutgers Master II (RMII) glove. A library of virtual rehabilitation routines was developed… CONTINUE READING


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