Passive, active-assisted and active training modes included.
Various interactive and engaging training games.
Easy to setup with simple
Able to review the progress and performance of user easily.
Variety of modular tools are provided for different configurable of training movement.
High portability which enable training in limited space.
CR2-haptic is a compact and portable rehabilitation robot suitable for people who need exercise training for hand such as elderly people and stroke patient.
CR2-Haptic is also an user programmable robot allowing researcher to develop own motor control application and various training strategies like interactive physical interaction (haptic feedback control) for their specific field.
Provide custamizable repetitive training and enchance user motivation using various interactive and engaging games
Compact robot design that able to provide wide range of optional modular units to train for different functional movement in limited space
Assesment report enable user to review the performance in term of passive, active range, strength, and game performance.
"To me, that is very good. Because by doing that, rising to the challenge, I am actually improving my wrist movement and my grip because without the wrist, without the grip, I cannot catch the rain drop."
"It is a good device for stroke rehab because patients are able to use this without therapist being there all the time. We really want it in NASAM and we hope that we can get this equipment because so far we don't have any of this type of robotic equipment in NASAM."
"I think it’s very useful for the stroke patients especially for the hand. Most of the patients they have the problem with hand. You make it fun and more interesting."
"I feel very excited on this new innovation. This robot will be very useful to stroke patients especially those who are in the initial stage of recovery. I also hope that this robot can be adapted to other rehabilitation besides stroke."
"After I tested the CR2, I found that it is really beneficial to the stroke patients. CR2 can improve the functionality level of the patients; and it looks more interactive (compared to existing devices)."
"Without realizing, the patients are moving their limbs when they are playing the rehabilitation games. I'm sure therapy centers and hospitals would love to have this creative machine for their patients."