Robotic tool could benefit people with fine-motor-control problems

12/17/2008 | Register-Guard (Eugene, Ore.), The

Sue Palsbo, a rehabilitation scientist in Eugene, Ore., has developed a robotic tool designed to offer repetitive-motion training to help individuals with disabilities regain or improve their writing ability. The device, called My Scrivener, could assist in assessing a patient's progress and in detecting brain-function problems, Palsbo said.

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