Exoskeleton for Damaging Legs: Study, Development and the Future
Exoskeleton normally known as a mobile machine integrated with human movements used for many applications such as disorder caused by stroke, spinal cord injury, or other related diseases where it is difficult for humans to handle. This machine or device is capable to assist them to regain the ability to walk and improve the quality of life. In this review paper we touch upon the history of exoskeletons, their design and development, the future of exoskeletons and how they can become a part of humans’ day to day life. This paper also provides human-centered approach and addressing the problems of physical human–exoskeleton interactions and dealing with everyday scenarios.
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