Archive | 2013 participant

Figure 4 - Software Logic

OcuNav™ Electro-oculographic Switching Device (Duke University)

Caleb Ollech  & Chen Zhao ABSTRACT The OcuNav™ electro-oculographic peripheral controller is a PIC-controlled electronic device allowing users with  paralyzed or limited-mobility to control USB-connected devices in their immediate environment using only shifts of gaze and winks of the right and left eyes.  This technology leverages the polarity of the human eyeball by monitoring the […]

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Figure 7: Jerk is a measure of spasticity and describes the smoothness with which the patient conducts the prescribed action in degrees/s^3

Computer Game Designed to Enhance Outcomes for Patients Receiving Stroke Therapy (Wayne State University)

 Christopher G. Burford , Sam Prasanna James, Blake A. Mathie  ABSTRACT Through our association with the Active Reach and Manipulation (ARM) Clinic, run by the Occupational Therapy Program, Wayne State University, we were presented with a challenge to develop a video game that could improve the functional outcomes of stroke rehabilitation therapy.  Our approach focused […]

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