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Fig. 2 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

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From: How a diverse research ecosystem has generated new rehabilitation technologies: Review of NIDILRR’s Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers

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(a) Body-powered prehensor in (left) voluntary close and (right) voluntary open mode; (b) Stroke survivor walking with the Ekso (Ekso Bionics).; (c) Robust, configurable smartphone interface for monitoring real-life community mobility and social interactions and data analysis; (d) Test apparatus for powered ilimb digits (Touch Bionics)—to enable evaluation of control using novel pattern recognition algorithms; (e) Small, lightweight cycloid drive transmission (left) and exterior rotor motor (right) developed for lightweight RIC arm can be leveraged to create a lightweight powered prosthetic leg

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