The Myosuit: Bi-articular Anti-gravity Exosuit That Reduces Hip Extensor Activity in Sitting Transfers

@inproceedings{Schmidt2017TheMB,
  title={The Myosuit: Bi-articular Anti-gravity Exosuit That Reduces Hip Extensor Activity in Sitting Transfers},
  author={Kai Schmidt and Jaime E. Duarte and Martin Grimmer and Alejandro Sancho-Puchades and Haiqi Wei and Chris Easthope and Robert Riener},
  booktitle={Front. Neurorobot.},
  year={2017}
}
Muscle weakness-which can result from neurological injuries, genetic disorders, or typical aging-can affect a person's mobility and quality of life. For many people with muscle weakness, assistive devices provide the means to regain mobility and independence. These devices range from well-established technology, such as wheelchairs, to newer technologies, such as exoskeletons and exosuits. For assistive devices to be used in everyday life, they must provide assistance across activities of daily… CONTINUE READING
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