The RoboGolfPro is an end effector robot that uses seven motors to generate prices replicas of complex golf swings. The golf swings that the machine can execute do not have to be in the same plane. The swings can be either theoretical or copies of those by successful professional golfers.
The RoboGolfPro uses the exact same methodology as any rehabilitation exoskeleton: repeat the same motion hundreds of times in exactly the same way. This can be very beneficial to activities like golfing which require a high amount of precision and repetition, but it can also be used for archery, firearm shooting, etc.
This is a new class of robotics for education. The military is also testing a similar device that limits the arm movements while shooting a pistol (even if they are very small movements). Initial research showed that users scored much better at the shooting range after practicing with the military exoskeleton.
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