Articles by Andrew Weightman
Dr. Weightman is a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at Manchester Metropolitan University, where his research is concerned with developing assisted movement devices to aid motor learning, particularly in children.
A System in the Wild: Deploying a Two Player Arm Rehabilitation System for Children With Cerebral Palsy in a School Environment
Abstract This paper outlines a system for arm rehabilitation for children with upper-limb hemiplegia resulting from cerebral palsy. Our research team designed a two-player, interactive (competitive or collaborative) computer play therapy system that provided powered assistance to children while they played specially designed games that promoted arm exercises. We designed the system for a school […] [Read More]