Time is a good healer but without grit, determination and efforts, the range of motion to the affected limbs of a Stroke patient can take longer to recover than expected. Move On is a temporary training device that helps patients recover faster and get over their motion awkwardness. Apparently the muscle signals of those affected by a stroke are too low for complete contraction, but when Move On is strapped to the patient, it senses adynamic muscle signals and translates them into a desired movement.
Due to an inverse stimulus, people get their normal motor skills. The Orthosis gives the patient the minimum amount of support necessary to gain back muscle power, towards a total recovery.
Move On helps people move and get integrated into a normal life again.
Desoigner: Matthias Menzel