We created a set of three devices to aid people in buckling and unbuckling a seatbelt and opening and closing a gas cap.
We developed and tested a motor-activated wrist orthotic system, the WristSense, which uses a two-tier gesture recognition approach to assist individuals with SCIs to perform a larger range of Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
Brain computer interfaces (BCI) could potentially help those patients who lack the necessary motor control.
An online product list designed to raise awareness of product availability, performance, and quality in less resourced settings.
Our device, DMD4DMD, helps practitioners and researchers monitor and analyze the progressiveness of disease.
Mobilift is a patient lift that has been modified with the drive system of a powered wheelchair and a custom harness.
Our goal is to create a sleek, inexpensive, and modular kit including a phone/camera holder, water or urine catheterization pouch holder, and a small items pouch.
Me, Myself and You wins first prize in 2016 RESNA Student Design Competition
Our mission is to design an inexpensive and modular device that significantly improves shaky handwriting for people who experience hand and arm tremors.
Providing a way for the user to be mobile while maintaining proper posture is the primary goal of this design.