MELTIN’s “robotic neurorehabilitation device” is set up just by putting the motion assistance device on the fingers and attaching a sensor to the forearm. It is possible to adjust the size of the device according to the length of the fingers, making it highly wearable, and it can be used on either the left or right hand. The myoelectric analysis is complete within a minute of putting the device on, and the rehabilitation starts. The inside of the main body is equipped with motors to move the wires and a computer for analyzing bio-signals, ensuring that the motion assistance device worn on the hand is lightweight, weighing no more than 500 g. The device also ensures the safety of the wearer by controlling the power. In addition, individual finger control enables the wearer’s fingers to make various actions with differing speeds according to the wearer’s condition. Using the five-digit type makes it easy to carry out occupational therapy at varying degrees of difficulty, and reducing the components that cover the palm of the hand as much as possible for the wearer to feel the sensation of gripping something. The device is also characterized by an easily comprehensible, user-friendly UI (user interface).