First robotic system plays tic tac toe to enhance real-life task performance

Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Beer-Sheva, Israel have demonstrated a robot that plays Tic Tac Toe with recovery patients to upgrade genuine task performance.

Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Beer-Sheva, Israel have demonstrated a robot that plays Tic Tac Toe with recovery patients to upgrade genuine task performance.


Researchers designed a robotic arm to reenact "3D Functional Activities of Daily Living". This groundbreaking methodology requires a considerable measure of research keeping in mind the end goal to decide the optimal conditions.

Dr. Shelly Levy-Tzedek of BGU's Department of Physical Therapy and Zlotowski Center for Neuroscience stated, "Playing Tic Tac Toe with a set of cups (rather than X's and O's) is one case of an amusement that can help rehabilitate an upper limb. A man can get and put numerous cups while getting a charge out of an amusement and enhancing their performance on a day to day assignment."

Researchers contrasted ponder individuals' inspiration with play with a robot versus a plan of PC controlled LED lights to choose the significance of collaborating with a genuine physical robot.

They attempted the framework on 62 strong right-gave individuals from two age groups: 40 youthful adults around 25 years old (23 women and 17 men) and 22 more seasoned adults around 75 years old (10 women and 12 men). The two groups supported the automated framework over the LED lights framework. The more settled adults said it was more human-like, while the youthful adults uncovered the robot was moreover captivating, fun and engaging.

At the point when asked which accomplice they would like to play two extra games with, the two groups selected the robotic framework over the lights. This proposes the robot's movement impacted human movement.

"A group of the youthful adults complained that the robot moved too slowly; in this manner, they favoured the quicker framework when requested to play numerous more games," says Dr Exact Tzedek. "That demonstrates a need to customize the speed of the robot to every member."

A sudden finding was that the robot's movement affected human movement. Both youthful and more seasoned adults moved significantly slower when they played with the slower robot contrasted with the quicker lighting framework.

In the meantime, individuals will continue interfacing with an automated device in a social-like setting, and that representation expects a basic part, which is a positive sign for the eventual fate of such frameworks. Since they have set up a possibility, the examiners propose testing their framework on reestablishing stroke victims.

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