Our project aims to design and implement a lightweight, portable, and reliable motion path tracking and analyzing device that is accurate enough for clinical use.
Our product mitigates some of the pressure of caregivers while increasing caretaker autonomy through building a power assist that is designed with caregivers in mind.
Our prototype works by giving users adequate sound warning of obstacles ahead of them.
The FITBoard (Fun, Interactive Therapy Board) is a rehabilitation tool consisting of a tablet and boards with touch keys to control sounds, videos or games.
Ohio University 2016-2017 Senior Design Team 8 was tasked with designing, manufacturing, and assisting with the implementation of a pediatric physical therapy standing frame as their Senior Capstone Project.
Full Stop is to existing wheelchair brakes what a kickstand is to a bike’s brakes.
The Sniffasizer is a device designed to help children with various disabilities learn using the sense of smell.
This device is a universal mounting attachment for white canes that emits a frequency that notifies others that a visually impaired person is heading their direction.
We developed home based exercise device for upper extremity rehabilitation.
To address these problems, the team has developed a prosthetic leg that includes a powered knee and powered three degree of freedom ankle.