Medicine on the verge of biomechanics and artificial intellect

Each person has an individual motor signature, which to a large extent depends not on physiological characteristics but on a set of motor programs and their synchronisation at the level of the nervous system. Research has shown that these programs can be managed with virtual reality, as well as by using 6DOF platforms, biofeedback systems and classic visualisation tools (TV, projectors, etc.). This talk will discuss how technology can affect a person’s motor skills and how it can help rehabilitate patients with movement disorders, for example, after a stroke.