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Fig. 2 | ROBOMECH Journal

Fig. 2

From: Development of a vibratory cueing system using an implicit method to increase walking speed in patients with stroke: a proof-of-concept study

Fig. 2

Hardware of the vibratory cadence cueing system. The system shown in a consists of a belt with two left and right vibrators, a controller, PC and insole. Gait rhythm is cued by the vibrators, and frequency is modulated using the controller. The patient walks according to the left and right vibratory stimulation. In b vibrators are designed for placement on the left and right PSIS bony protuberances, and so the vibrations are easily felt. c Depicts how pressure sensors are placed on the heel of the insole, and sense heel strikes during walking

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