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Rhythmos / Assistive Devices


This is an assistive devices design for the Parkinson's disease patients walking hard and moving. The study shows a fixed rhythm of the percussion will be helpful for their usual walking or rehabilitation.
Patients can follow their own pace and have their own frequency, and each assistive devices can use app to set the name, address and emergency contact. If the patient need help, the police can download the app to know the patient's information.
Doctors can also learn the frequency of the pace of the patient, using the data reference to make adjustments.


Tatung University

Tatung University
Taipei, Taiwan

Amy Hung,
Tatung University