MIT Researchers Develop Touch-Sensing Glove That May Help In Stroke Recovery

MIT sensing glove for stroke recovery
An MIT team of engineers has designed a new touch-sensing glove that can “feel” pressure and other tactile stimuli. The glove’s inside lining is studded with small, kernel-sized electrodes that can sense and map subtle changes in pressure. (Image: Courtesy of the researchers)
When you pick up a balloon, the pressure to keep hold of it is different from what you would exert to grasp a jar. And now engineers at MIT and […]
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