Paper Title
Dynamic Rehabilitation Tracked Robot with Machine Language Control System

In this paper we discuss about a dynamic rehabilitation tracked robot with machine language control system. The purpose of this is to analyse the effects of the Examples Choice theory in learning with the use of animations. In the first part of the system we have discussed about the animations algorithms inherent learning objectives. In second part we gave clear demonstration on controlling objectives through algorithms. The purpose for creating this device is to assist therapists in treatment of hand after injury. In the Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) mode, the device moves the MCP and PIP joints through a trajectory that approximates healthy hand motion, known as the minimum jerk model. This is done using a Proportional Integral Differential (PID) controller, which compares the actual position of the device to the desired minimum jerk trajectory. Keywords - Rehabilitation robotics, interaction control, the continuous passive motion mode (CPM).