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The Rapael smart glove is made by the South Korean company Neofect. Its purpose is to help a patient rehab their hand and wrist injuries.
The smart glove is packed with sensors that interact with the Rapael app.
The app's games/exercises target muscles by having the patient focus on specific movements such as chopping food.
The glove will come in two versions: one for clinical use and one for home use.
A spokesperson told me they chose to name the glove Rapael based on "raphael," which means "God is healer."
See more of the Neofect Rapael smart glove in our CES First Take.