smart plus technology - smart spoon for people parkinson's disease
smart plus technology - smart spoon for people parkinson's disease
smart plus technology - smart spoon for people parkinson's disease

smart plus technology – smart spoon

smart plus technology - smart spoon for people Parkinson's disease

smart plus technology – smart spoon 

smart plus technology – smart spoon for people Parkinson’s disease

 

 

12/11/2021

The smart utensils by lift were have stabilizing and leveling handles and attachments

that are designed to help people with hand tremors or limited hand or arm mobility to eat

more comfortably and without dropping or spilling food. Lift was ideal for those with cerebral palsy,

spinal cord injury, Huntington’s or Parkinson’s disease or stroke deficits as it helps maintain their dignity,

confidence and independence. Lift was models include the lift were steady and the lift were in level.

The lift were steady, has an electronic stabilizing handle that’s design to help people with hand tremors,

which may be related to Parkinson’s disease. This essential tool comes with attachments

that include a soup spoon and everyday spoon, a fork and a spork. It can adapt to a person’s hand

tremor and electronically stabilizes so that touch utensil shakes 70 percent less than the hand. Lift,

where studies smart stabilizing handle contains sensors that detect hand motions. Additionally,

it’s equip with a small computer that distinguishes an unwanted tremor from the intended movement

of the hand in order to accomplish this and stabilize the utensil. The computer counteracts the tremors.

It does this by directing two motors in the handle to move the utensil attachment in

the opposite direction of any detected tremor.

The lift wear level has a computerized handle that keeps it attachments level for those with limited

hand or arm mobility from cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, Huntington’s disease or post stroke deficits.

The smart utensil adapts to your range of motion. It accomplishes this by using electronic

motion stabilizing technology similar to those found in digital cameras to keep the utensil level

despite how the hand or arm twists, bends or moves. The levelling handle is equipped with sensors

that detect changes from the intended movement of the hand in three dimensions to level the utensil.

The computer directs two motors in the handle to bend the flexible gray joint, maintaining

the correct angle of the attachment. It can also be used as a soup spoon or fork.

Both smart utensils have a rechargeable battery that lasts for at least one hour of continuous use,

which is approximately three meals on a single charge.

 

 

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