Open Stroke Rehab
An entirely open source platform for providing nonpharamacological support for assisting in upper limb motor recovery from stroke.
Started by a small group of students at the University of Alberta located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada we are not profit-driven and hope to "stimulate" fruitful cross-institute collaborations to further development of the platform.
Basic and widely accessible circuits with instructions for replication.
In parallel with a number of other NeurAlbertaTech projects we seek to demonstrate novel use cases for BCI in day-today life.
We are modifying OpenBCI's open source Ultra Cortex IV headset to more densly cluster electrodes about the primary motor cortex
We will be using a local lightweight SVM to distinguish in real-time the user's intention to move.
Protoyping with BT enabled Arduinos we are working to create a simple circuits with several hardware safeguards, including fuses, diodes to handle current backflow, current lmiiting transistors, and optoisolated relays.