AMORSA - Adaptive and highly motivating rehabilitation platform for stroke patients with arm palsy
The goal of the project is the creation of an intelligent and comprehensive rehabilitation environment for paralysis after stroke. The central element of the system is a Brain-Machine interface that is used to steer a robotic exoskeleton that is attached to the patient's arm. The feedback of the movement reactivates broken links from brain to muscles. The rehabilitation program is embedded in a Serious Game that motivates patients and enables tracking of the patient's progress.
Duration: 2017 - 2020
Agency: German federal ministry of education and research BMBF