Wiihabilitation : Rehabilitation of Wrist Flexion and Extension Using a Wiimote-Based Game System

  title={Wiihabilitation : Rehabilitation of Wrist Flexion and Extension Using a Wiimote-Based Game System},
  author={J. Decker and Dan Losowyj and V. Hastagiri Prakash},
In this work, the design and implementation of a "wiimote" based game system for rehabilitation applications is demonstrated. A protocol for the physical setup of the system involving a wiimote, Velcro straps, and an infrared LED circuit board stabilized by a plastic case holder has been develo ped. Optimal placement of reflective tape-containing str aps at relevant body locations is outlined as well. The devised system involves a simple two directional (right-and-left) game that requires the… CONTINUE READING
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