The prototype version has great potential, from assisting the elderly and disabled to scifi-esque neurological command pathways. However, many obstacles in voice integration and extended applications lie ahead.
In normal usage, the Arke is controlled using an array of sensors that respond to the wearer’s natural movements. However, as the user gets used to the exoskeleton, they typically use a tablet to issue instructions. Since this could be too much multitasking, some might find voice commands to be more intuitive.
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