Recupero’s product suite is in varying stages of development.
Hand exoskeletons have the strong potential to increase clinical, in-home and community based intervention. Recupero engineers and scientists have been working with Clinicians, younger and older adults to interface reconfigurable low profile wearable haptic consoles with smart games. The hand exoskeleton device is being devised to enable single and multi-digit movement and strengthening, as well as pinch, power and hook grips
The PopCan, currently in the development stage, will be connected to smart games to train individual finger movement. The unique design performance specifications we are working towards will allow users and therapists to comfortably expand function, Range of Motion exercises and tracking. In a compact and portable form factor, smart games will ensure that users can have play and fun a range of robotic therapy activities.
The TheraDrive is the result of groundbreaking research at the University of Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory. Currently in product refinement and clinical evaluation phase, the TheraDrive will be available in 2024. The robot will provide efficient adaptive therapy aimed at restoring upper-limb motor control and support rehabilitation aimed at improving task performance capability and the ability to manipulate objects.
AVAILABLE IN 2024