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The 39th Home Care and Rehabilitation Exhibition was held for 3 days, from September 26 (Wednesday) to 28 (Friday), 2012, at the Tokyo Big Sight. Under the theme, "Wholehearted assistance for more comfortable living," Panasonic showcased a wide array of products that help make life more comfortable for the elderly and their families. Please take a look at Panasonic's state-of-the-art care and welfare equipment.
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[ The Digital Mirror lets users rehabilitate while comparing their postures with those of the virtual instructor ]
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The "Digital Mirror" lets users perform rehabilitation and training exercises while comparing their postures and movement with those of the virtual instructor in the mirror. The same mirror can also measure the effects and keep a record.
[ The Aqua Heart series offers assistance in bathrooms ] 2 min 31 sec
Products from the barrier-free Aqua Heart series such as the unit bath, which assists bathing care, and a washbasin that is user-friendly for wheelchair users were also introduced.
[ Communication support for people with language and upper limb disabilities ] 2 min 43 sec
"Let's Chat" is a hands-free communication device, which enables users to express themselves using a part of the body they can control. This devices helps people with both language and upper limb disabilities communicate.
[ Various other products were also introduced ] 1 min 02 sec
In the corner introducing an extensive range of care and welfare products, Panasonic exhibited "Aquamove" with adjustable seat arms, which can be used as a platform for getting into the bath tub, portable toilet "Zaraku Awane" equipped with a deodorizer, the "Self-propelled 6-wheel Wheelchair, RT-1" with a tight turning radius, a very comfortable "Shower Chair," "Bathing Grips" that help users take baths safely, and a 3-person capacity "Home Elevator," which can be installed within the same space as a normal 2-person capacity elevator. All of these products attracted many visitors.