On Monday, the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted a patent to “Lifetouch,” an electronic device with a stylus that can help people with Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s.
The patent describes the device as “a robotic arm that allows people with certain conditions to use a robotic arm to assist them in their daily activities.”
Lifesense, which was first created in 2016, was a vision for a smart, affordable, and easy-to-use wearable device that could aid with physical, mental, and sensory functions.
The technology was later acquired by the company Lifelite in 2019.
“Lifescan is designed to be an interface between a user and a robotic hand to help the user perform physical and mental tasks,” Lifelace said in a statement.
“Lifts are the most common type of physical task that a person may have to perform with a robotic hands, and this could enable Lifelife to be able to develop more functional and more affordable robotic arms.”
The company is also seeking to develop a robotic prosthetic arm for people with paralysis, which is not a problem in and of itself, Lifelice said.
It’s just that this technology can help more people with spinal cord injuries perform more basic tasks like reaching for objects and opening packages, and that’s really important for patients like Jennifer, who is in a wheelchair and has been paralyzed since the age of four.
Jennifer says her disability has made it difficult to work, and it has been difficult to find a job.
She has been unable to take part in school activities and she hasn’t been able to keep up with her social and recreational activities.
“The more things you can do, the better,” Jennifer said.
“You can do more things, like go to a movie or go to the park or do your shopping.”
Jennifer said she and her family would like to have a lifelike robotic arm, but there’s no way she can afford it.
“We can’t afford to pay for it,” she said.
“This is just the start of a new frontier,” she added.
“I want my family to have the same kind of life I have, and to be happy.”
“I want to have this robotic arm.
I want my kids to have it,” Jennifer added.