A biofeedback machine with an artistic side. Yes, that’s the inherent beauty of Embedded Arts, an interactive artistic element added to rehab that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
Invented by researchers and therapists at Ohio State University, Embedded Arts gives people an entirely new way to experience their physical rehab session, and is perfect for anyone who’s an artist or more of a visual type of person. How it works is awesome.
The person receiving therapy, while doing an exercise, is connected to a biofeedback that is attached to a display monitor. She can also interact with the machine using a handheld clicker if doing an upper-body exercise. Which method, of course, is chosen depending on her therapy needs.