NeoMano glove helps paralyzed hands move againThe glove moves the thumb, index and middle fingers to help those with spinal cord injuries do everyday tasks.
[MUSIC] I am holding a product called the NeoMano. Now, this is by a company called Neofect, and you may remember them last year when we covered their Neofect Smart Glove. Well, the Smart Glove is all about rehabilitation, making someone's hand stronger, making their wrist stronger, their arm Through repetitive exercises. This glove does something entirely different, it's so cool. It addresses the lack of movement, or even paralysis that maybe with someone who's suffered a spinal column injury would have. So, if you don't have full control, or full movement, or even full paralysis of your hand, by wearing this glove, it covers your index finger Your middle finger and thumb. And there's titanium wires in here, and it's connected to a controller. And the controller can either allow for a grip or allow for a release. So this could be used in everything from mundane tasks like gripping a bottle, brushing your teeth, picking up small objects. This is the first kind of glove I've seen like this that's come out at CES this year, which is really exciting. Neofect, the company that makes the Neomano, is going to be having a kick starter later this year, and they are hoping to have it out by the end of the year. [MUSIC]