[Abstract+References] Wearable Rehabilitation Training System for Upper Limbs Based on Virtual Reality – Conference paper

Abstract

In this paper, wearable rehabilitation training system for the upper limb based on virtual reality is designed for patients with upper extremity hemiparesis. The six-axis IMU sensor is used to collect the joint training angles of the shoulder and elbow. In view of the patient’s shoulder and elbow joint active rehabilitation training, the virtual rehabilitation training games based on the Unity3D engine are designed to complete different tasks. Its purpose is to increase the interest of rehabilitation training. The data obtained from the experiment showed that the movement ranges of the shoulder and elbow joint reached the required ranges in the rehabilitation training game. The basic function of the system is verified by the experiments, which can provide effective rehabilitation training for patients with upper extremity hemiparesis.

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