Tyro, the Gyroscopic Hand Stabilizer, was recently launched by James Sanchez to help those living with Parkinson's disease. The wearable device assists the wearer to be able to independently carry out everyday tasks.
Tyro is able to counteract the wearer's shakes to create precision in hand movements. The device can be set to various levels depending on the severity of the user's shakes through a dial located at the wrist. This new medical device could dramatically revolutionize the quality of life for patients living with Parkinson's Disease. Many living with it have medicine that will stabilize them temporarily, however, on the off times, users could wear this device to independently go about their day.
As medical science develops further, more devices are being created to help patients living with diseases to live more independent lifestyles.