Dilip Nagarkar, Swetha Sundar, Chao Yin and Cristina Wong-Nomura (Duke University) designed a customized drum kit to provide comfortable musical recreation for a boy with TAR syndrome.
Thomas C. Bulea and Ronald J. Triolo (Case Western Reserve University) Designed and experimentally validated a pneumatic lift assist walker for individuals with limited mobility from spinal cord injury
The primary goal of this project is to design a portable device that assists visually impaired and blind persons (VIBP) to select a bus and find the exact location of that bus at a bus stop.
Dan Evans, Matt Last, Matt Rozema, and Rob VanderVennen (Calvin College) designed and built a highly customized electric stroller for a 10-year-old boy who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
Rachel Belzer, Kristine Brown, Brendan Moore, and Al Samost [Duke University] designed a guitar and piano stand which attaches to a wheelchair to aid a client with Cerebral Palsy.
Henry Hwang, John Lee, Tamara Louie, Nicholas Ong (Duke University) designed a portable sunshade to provide a pleasant gardening experience for people with disabilities.
Michael Chao, Ian King, Esther Lee, and Shengnan Xiang (Duke University) designed a heat gun safety device for employees with disabilities at OE Enterprises.
Cheng-Shiu (Joshua) Chung, Xin Wang, Saleh AlQahtani Designed the bowling slide for people in wheelchairs to play safely and happily.
The objective of the senior design project was to design and fabricate a low cost, in-home, robotic controlled therapeutic system that opens and closes the right hand of a stroke patient.
To assist manual wheelchair users in avoiding upper limb pain and pathology we created a device that can track their activity level throughout and across several months. To do this we custom designed and built a printed circuit board with associated circuit components.