Data from: Elasticity improves handgrip performance and user experience during visuomotor control

Michael Mace, Paul Rinne, Jean-Luc Liardon, Catherine Uhomoibhi, Paul Bentley & Etienne Burdet
Passive rehabilitation devices, providing motivation and feedback, potentially offer an automated and low-cost therapy method, and can be used as simple human–machine interfaces. Here, we ask whether there is any advantage for a hand-training device to be elastic, as opposed to rigid, in terms of performance and preference. To address this question, we have developed a highly sensitive and portable digital handgrip, promoting independent and repetitive rehabilitation of grasp function based around a novel elastic...
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