The Rapael glove can sense a player’s movements through sensors attached to the arm and hand. These sensors send the movement to computers that can tell how far you’ve moved individual fingers. Seeing as it is a wearable, it’s Bluetooth capable and has a companion app that uses the Raphael Smart Rehabilitation System to analyze and record data to show how much progress a player is making. Clients will be motivated when using this training method because it’s a playful method which they can use on an interactive way. It’s also very helpful for the client and his/her supervisors to be able to follow the continuous progress. This motivating factors help to reach an improved end result.
Information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D) refers to the application of information and communication technologies (ICTs) toward social, economic, and political development, with a particular emphasis on helping poor and marginalized people and communities. It aims to help in international development by bridging the digital divide and providing equitable access to technologies.