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Using a robotic arm system to facilitate learning in very young disabled children

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5 Author(s)
Cook, A.M. ; Assistive Device Center, California State Univ., Sacramento, CA, USA ; Hoseit, P. ; Liu, K.M. ; Lee, R.Y.
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The system allows development of manipulative skills through a flexible and adaptable control system. Arm movements that are of interest to the child can be trained and stored for replay by the child. A flexible set of adapted inputs is provided to accommodate for varying levels of physical and cognitive capabilities in the child. Monitoring and data display functions allow assessment of the child's interaction with the system and of the nature of the learning which is taking place.

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Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 2 )