Serious gaming to train pattern-recognition based myoelectric control

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Kristoffersen, Morten Bak ; Murgia, Alessio ; van der Sluis, Corry ; Bongers, Raoul M. (2010)

User training of upper-limb myoelectric prostheses using a pattern-recognition based control scheme is currently limited to the clinic and consists of a considerable amount of trial and error due to the lack of appropriate feedback. In this study, feedback in the form of a serious game during the system training procedure, is compared to conventional system training. The objective of the current study, is to test whether feedback in the form of a serious game gives better results than conventional feedback in the system training of prosthesis control based on pattern recognition.
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