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The Rapael smart glove

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.

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The smart glove is packed with sensors that interact with the Rapael app.

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The app's games/exercises target muscles by having the patient focus on specific movements such as chopping food.

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The glove will come in two versions: one for clinical use and one for home use.

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A spokesperson told me they chose to name the glove Rapael based on "raphael," which means "God is healer."

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See more of the Neofect Rapael smart glove in our CES First Take.

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