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From: Assessment-driven selection and adaptation of exercise difficulty in robot-assisted therapy: a pilot study with a hand rehabilitation robot

Figure 1

Neurocognitive therapy with the ReHapticKnob. A: direct vision of the hand is blocked through the placement of the computer monitor over the patient’s hand. The screen shows information relevant to the execution of the respective exercise. B and C: thumb and fingers are attached to the finger supports of the ReHapticKnob and held in place with Velcro straps.

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