Thursday, February 16, 2017

E-Stim Exoskeleton

Clinical trials at UCLA are putting together an exoskeleton and electrical stimulation (e-stim).  E-stim encourages the body to take part in helping the robotic exoskeleton, and allows for the potential to recover - meaning this sort of device may be more functional than traditional exoskeletons, because it will be useful for therapy, as well.

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