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HARMONY, a first-of-its-kind, two-handed, automated recovery exoskeleton is overhauling restoration. Made by specialists at the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, HARMONY is a two-equipped, exoskeleton that fits over the upper part of the body, associating with the patient in three spots.

“This robot is intended to convey non-intrusive treatment and help neurological issue, for example, stroke or spinal line harm,” said lead designer Ashish Deshpande. HARMONY utilizes mechanical feedback and sensor information to furnish treatment to patients with spinal string and neurological wounds.