Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation
Deficits of kinesthesia (limb position and movement sensation) commonly limit sensorimotor function and its recovery after neuromotor injury. Sensory substitution technologies providing synthetic kinesthetic feedback might re-establish or enhance closed-loop control of goal-directed behaviors in people with impaired kinesthesia.
Krueger, Alexis; Giannoni, Psiche; Shah, Valay; Casadio, Maura; and Scheidt, Robert A., "Supplemental Vibrotactile Feedback Control of Stabilization and Reaching Actions of the Arm using Limb State and Position Error Encodings" (2017). Biomedical Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 482.