Project involves developing low-cost accessible real-time systems for upper-limb hemiparesis rehabilitation for stroke survivors, with the use of additional augmented auditory feedback, through a technique called 'movement sonification'.
Project involves tracking movement obtained from a stroke survivor on their weakened side, and converting it to sound, so that they can hear their movements in real-time.
Includes a Mapping Review as part of the literature review.
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