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May 30, 2021


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Engineers and therapists at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center are asking for the development of hardware/software interface(s) to support real-time, game-based feedback during sitting tasks on an unstable (wobble) chair. They would also like an easy way to automatically calibrate and adjust the settings for the device. This will help many patients in their recovery during rehabilitation to improve their trunk postural control for a variety of medical condition.

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