Support on the job
A common perception is that assistive devices are meant for people with (physical) limitation, but assistive devices are actually for anyone who finds them beneficial. For example, an arm support can be used to prevent or help recover RSI or CTS. A robotic arm can be used to enable someone to do their job, despite having a (temporary) disability.
Assistive devices, arm supports and robotic arms can also be deployed ease or simplify regular jobs, by providing support for repetitive work or when working above your strength.
But there is more, like the iRLAX: an ergonomic universal support for your lower arm, enabling you to sit up straight immediately. And also, our arm support can be placed on tripods, not just wheelchairs and tables.