Steadiwear has introduced a second version of its smart glove, the Steadi-Two, developed to stabilize hand tremors. CEO Mark Elias discusses upgrades made to this device and how it works, plus feedback the company has received from the essential tremor community.
TORONTO, Oct. 4, 2021 /CNW/ – A second-generation, streamlined and battery-free stabilizing glove that can adapt to a wider range of hand tremors in people with Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s disease has been developed by Canadian company Steadiwear Inc.
Steadiwear has a personal interest in raising the curtain on essential tremor and helping those who have it live a better life. While studying structural engineering at the University of Toronto, co-founder and CEO of Steadiwear Mark Elias visited his family over the winter holidays. As he was having coffee with his grandmother and discussing […]