The challenge: To create an assistive, rehabilitative technology for stroke patients. Spurred on by their lecturer, two 19-year-old Ngee Ann Polytechnic students designed a portable, low-cost, muscle-activated glove to help stroke victims relearn how to grasp their hands — an ability they might have lost as a result of the disease. Read more at: https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/poly-students-create-low-cost-gesture-controlled-rehabilitative-glove-stroke-patients
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