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Development and Clinical Test of Virtual Reality Rehabilitation Training System for stiff-knee gait of stroke patients

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Purposes of this paper are developing Virtual Reality rehabilitation system for hemiplegic patients who have stiff-knee gait and testing developed system. We developed rehabilitation system which is able to interact between system using PC camera and two markers. Scenario was composed simple task as crossing stepping-stone. In this paper, six males and three females with hemiplegic patients were participated. They trained seven times totally. Their performance was increasing about 30% in the last training session.

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Virtual Rehabilitation, 2007

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27-29 Sept. 2007

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