Main electromechanical and robot-assisted arm training devices.
|InMotion robot||3 active degrees of freedom (DOFs) wrist robot mounted at the|
tip of a companion planar robot (MIT-MANUS), allowing 5 active DOFs at the shoulder, the elbow, and the wrist.
|Mirror Image Movement Enhancer||6 DOFs robot manipulator; the treatment focused on shoulder and elbow function; unilateral or bilateral upper limb training.|
|Bi-Manu-Track||1 DOF system to train forearm pronation/supination and wrist|
flexion/extension; bilateral training in passive or active mode; no feedback to the patient.
|Gentle/S||3 DOFs robot manipulator (HapticMaster, FCS Robotics, The|
Netherlands) with an extra 3DOF passive gimbal mechanism (allows for pronation/supination of the elbow as well as flexion and extension of the wrist), an exercise table, computer screen, overhead frame and chair.
|Arm robot ARMin||Semiexoskeleton for movement of the shoulder (3DOFs), the|
elbow (1DOF), the forearm (1DOF), and the wrist (1DOF); matched with an audio-visual display used to illustrate the movement task to the patient.
|Assisted Rehabilitation and Measurement Guide||4 DOFs robotic device provides arm reaching therapy for patients with chronic hemiparesis; it gives patient a real time visual feedback of the location of the arm.|
|REHAROB Therapeutic System||Firstly for rehabilitation robotics, uses standard industrial robots,|
not modified, but equipped with extra safety systems and a special instrumented orthotic, developed for fixing the patient's limb it provides passive shoulder and elbow physiotherapy. limb; it provides passive shoulder and elbow physiotherapy.
|NeuroRehabilitation Robot||3 DOFs robot, based on direct-drive wire actuation; it gives patient visual and auditory feedbacks; easily transportable.|