New publication: “Omnidirectional endpoint force control through Functional Electrical Stimulation”

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Our new open-access article Omnidirectional endpoint force control through Functional Electrical Stimulation by Sierotowicz et al. was published in Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express.

We present the MyoCeption, a wearable surface Functional Electrical Stimulation device able to control the force output in hman limbs. The article presents data form offline analyses as well as the performance in real-time on the human body.

The experiement is part of the Hit-Reha project, and was partially supported by the German Research Society individual research grant HIT-Reha – Human Impedance control for Tailored Rehabilitation, DFG Sachbeihilfe CA1389/3-1, project #505327336.

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