Meet Hand of Hope: an EMG-driven robotic arm that helps stroke patients recover. It detects the patient’s intention to move the hand via EMG signals and helps in motor rel-learning. The system relies on gamification to make the rehab process more engaging.
It has passive and active training modes for hand opening and grasping. There are 5 games with 4 difficulty levels for patients. Hand of Hope relies on audio and visual stimulation to make the rehab process more enjoyable. More information is available on Rehab Robotics.