A simulator for improving hand motor skills after a stroke was created in Moscow
The Moscow company "Neurobotics", engaged in the production of equipment in the field of neurotechnology and robotics, has developed a NeuroArm simulator for restoring hand motor skills after injuries and strokes. This is stated in the press service of the capital's complex of economic policy and property and land relations.
As noted in the press service of the department, at the moment Moscow companies are ready to offer the most modern developments in various industries. Among them: medicine, information technology, instrumentation, and robotics.
"The software and hardware complex based on the orthosis of the hand is controlled using biosignals of the brain and muscles," the press service of the complex noted, stating the principles of the new development.The equipment may go on sale in the coming months.
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