Conference paper Open Access
Giulia Aurora Albanese; Valeria Falzarano; Pietro Morasso; Jacopo Zenzeri
Recent research on the use of robotic technologies specifically aimed at human subjects has been focused on developing accurate, quantitative assessment of sensorimotor functions. This work presents the framework and the results of a robot-aided assessment protocol of mechanical and sensorimotor components of the human wrist joint, tested on subjects. Proper knowledge of human wrist properties and functionality can be applied in different fields, from clinical evaluations to industrial ergonomics.
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