The prompt for this case study was to design a wearable that would help patients perform their hand therapy exercises. This study focuses on the range of motion between Radial and Ulnar Deviation. In order to design a wearable that was effective for the patient, the metric of success was to design, test and iterate working concepts in which the device might direct the user's motion and gauge their range of progress. 
Duration: 3 weeks, Solo Project
Skills: Research, Prototype using Arduino
Class: Interactive 2 Graduate Studio
Instructor: Maria Mortati
Design Challenge
How might we help a patient understand the range of motion they need to achieve during hand therapy?
Goals + Sketch of Current Prototype
Documentation of working prototype