Neofect touting at-home game-based hand therapy for stroke patients
Stroke patients who require hand rehabilitation can do it from home using a smart glove. Neofect’s Rapael smart glove uses games and artificial intelligence to increase mobility in hands. The goal is to allow stroke patients, for the first time, to rehabilitate their hands from home.
The glove and its homecare system can help patients rehabilitate their hands by imitating activities like chopping food or ping pong and increases the difficulty based on how well the patient performs. It analyzes data through Bluetooth from the glove’s sensors to create an exercise plan for the patient, allowing them to have one to two 30-minute exercise sessions a day.
Patients can rent the glove and monitor with the software for $99 a month.
CES Booth #43852