The ArmeoSpring is a shoulder-elbow rehabilitation device which can be combined with Hocoma’s ManovoSpring, an optional add-on for the hand. Therefore depending on the combination, the ArmeoPower can be a shoulder-elbow or a shoulder-elbow-hand rehabilitation device.
The ArmeoSpring is a passive exoskeleton that uses multiple adjustable springs to provide gravity compensation for the patient. In this way, the patient undergoing rehabilitation can focus entirely on completing the required tasks.
Even though the ArmeoSpring is a passive exoskeleton it is still brimming with sensors. The device can be used as an evaluation tool for the capabilities and range of the user’s arm. The sensors can also be used to provide interactive training and integration with virtual reality.
Hocoma has better documentation and technical explanations on the capabilities of their devices than any other exoskeleton manufacturer and we encourage you to visit their website.
An older video featuring the ArmeoSpring:
Hocoma AG, Switzerland, Industriestrasse 4, CH-8604 Volketswil, Switzerland, website
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