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Using brace devices may weaken the muscles around the waist, and therefore deteriorate the scoliosis. Sending vibrating signals when a student is sitting in a bad posture may help the student maintain good postures better. In trying to maintain good postures, the student will naturally use more of his waist muscles, and the good postures will eventually become part of his own body. This device therefore seeks to better the conditions of patients of scoliosis by inducing them to develop and maintain good postures at all times by giving them vibrating signals for bad postures.

University

dong-seo university

dong-seo university
busan, South Korea

Design

dong-seo university

dong-seo university
busan, South Korea

kim sae byeol