Myoelectric Videogame Training Functional Outcomes
conference contributionposted on 11.08.2020, 21:02 by Carlos Martinez-Luna, Todd Farrell, Benjamin McDonald, Nicholas Radda, Brianna Rozell, Liberating Technologies, Inc.
Myoelectric training is important for new patients learning prosthetic limb control. Upper-limb prosthetic fittings are often not successful because the prosthesis does not provide functionality that the user expects. Myoelectric prosthetic users must develop control skills by exercising muscles. Without proper training, users cannot reliably provide suitable myoelectric signals and often fatigue quickly. A Myoelectric Gaming Interface (MEGI) system was developed to provide training by mapping myosignals to video game controls in order to improve muscle tone and coordination.
Abstract for Myoelectric Videogame Training Functional Outcomes. Submitted to and accepted for the 17th (2019) International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) World Congress.
Technologies to Train Myoelectric Prosthesis Users for Optimal Functional Outcomes
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