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Clinical Trial

Looking Glass: Bimanual Balanced Reaching With Visual Biofeedback

IRB Protocol Number STU00204661


Courtney Celian


The purpose of this study is to increase understanding of error augmentation by applying it to visual feedback during motion tracking with a Leap Motion device - a recently developed optical hand tracking tool - and the LookingGlass - a new, portable virtual reality environment, as a feasible treatment method of upper extremity chronic stroke impairment when combined with a balancing task.

Who Can Participate

8 months post stroke

Ability to actively flex and extend elbow when supported against gravity

History of a single stroke event

No Botox® injection in your arm within the past 4 months

Ability to provide informed consent


Provided upon participation

Age Range

18 and older

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