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2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation
The patients in bilateral rehabilitation move their paretic limbs to follow the trajectory defined by imparetic limbs. The robot provides power only when the patients need assistance. Capturing the motion posture and feeding back to patients through audio or visual modes can raise training enthusiasm and activeness and obtain better rehabilitation effect. A mini even free vision feedback system is on demand when rehabilitation trainings need to be implemented at home. In this study a visiondoi:10.1109/icma.2012.6285086 fatcat:qgg65jbtuzgpveynwtjnlinjwq