Parkinson’s is one of the most well-known neurodegenerative diseases and is characterized by involuntary tremors in the body.

The condition tends to progress differently in each person, and it is important to monitor the effects on the patient closely to guide treatment.

To improve this monitoring, scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States have developed a device similar to a Wi-Fi router.

The project was published in the format of an article published in the scientific journal Science Translational Medicine.

According to the scientists, the device allowed them to identify that the speed of movements of patients

with Parkinson’s decreased much faster than that of people without the condition.

The device is able to monitor the speed at which the patient walks and his movements, defining more precisely the condition of the disease.

It uses a type of artificial intelligence, machine learning, to monitor the waves emitted by the individual’s body as he walks around the house.