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Clinical Trial

Looking Glass: Bimanual Balanced Reaching With Visual Biofeedback

IRB Protocol Number STU00204661

Contact

Courtney Celian ccelian@sralab.org

Objective

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

Compensation

Provided upon participation

Age Range

18 and older

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