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Hand of Hope: EMG-driven Robotic Arm for Post-stroke Rehab

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The post-stroke rehab process can be challenging for many. Robotic solutions such as Hand of Hope can make life easier for patients though. This is an EMG-driven robotic arm that detects the patient’s intention to move the hand via EMG signals. It relies on gamification to make the rehab process more enjoyable.

Hand of Hope has passive and active training modes for hand opening and grasping. It also has 5 different games with 4 difficulty levels. It relies on audio and visual stimulation to help patients in motor re-learning. More information is available on Rehab Robotics.

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