NEW INVENTION HELPS PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE TO WRITE AGAIN

New Invention Helps People With Parkinson's Disease To Write Again
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NEW INVENTION HELPS PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE TO WRITE AGAIN



Written by Dont Panic
08 Thursday 08th December 2016

 

A pronounced effect of Parkinson's disease is a decline in mobility, where people with the condition experience tremors and are unable to accomplish basic tasks such as drawing a straight line. In this video via BBC Stories, computer scientist Haiyan Zhang sets out to invent a device that which alleviate the sympton, ultimately helping graphic designer Emma Lawton to regain her drawing skills. Heartwarming stuff, take a watch: 

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