P19002: Game Based Prosthetic Hand Trainer
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Problem Definition

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Team Vision for Problem Definition Phase

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Project Summary

The video game-based training system, which has yet to be developed, will have the purpose of encouraging and enabling gamified exercises for practicing the use of prosthetics at home. It will provide additional training outside of a therapy session and be able to be played each day for additional training. These exercises should be engaging, motivating and showcase improvement. Exercises should increase in difficulty to scale with improved performance. A device is currently being created that will connect to the hand, decode EMG signals using machine learning, and pass instructions that the game will use as a controller input. Input latency should be no greater than 100 ms with at least one day worth of activity logging. Operation will take place on a personal computer. The game will interact with a USB Hub that connects to the LUKE arm or other prostheses.

Use Cases

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Living Use Case can be found here.

Project Goals

Requirements

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Plans for next phase


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