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BCI-controlled mechatronic devices, systems, and environments
Use of BCIs in patients with severe neurological deficits can improve their quality of life (QoL), provide them increased independence, and possibly increase effectiveness, shorten, and reduce cost of diagnosis, treatment, ...
3D printing technologies in rehabilitation engineering
3D printing, 3D scanning, and reverse engineering are relatively novel technologies, which may revolutionize scientific research within health sciences and clinical practice. Broader use of such technologies may cause ...
Traditional Versus Mechatronic Toys in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Functional and developmental outcomes in children (both healthy and with developmental disorders) can be significantly improved thanks to use of appropriate toys. There is need for new generation of toys providing ...