The Cane: Mechanical or Sensorial Support?

Almada, F.1*, Fernando, C.2 & Vicente, A.3

1Retired University Professor / Independent Researcher, Portugal
2University of Madeira - CITUR, Portugal
3University of Beira Interior, Portugal

Dr. Almada, F., Retired University Professor / Independent Researcher, Portugal.

Keywords: The Cane; Exoskeletons; Muscle Work


Researching is not measuring. Researching is to find useful answers to interesting questions.
The ability to collect data, to accumulate and transmit information, and to massacre that information until we get the answers we want, has grown exponentially in the past tens of years and will continue to increase explosively.
But interesting answers to important problems don’t follow.
In this way, knowledge is discredited, knowledge is ignored, wisdom is despised. Once again, potential wealth was transformed into a burden.

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