Final prototype for the Blade Runner. A sideview of the device not in use.
The Adapted ExerSaucer is a backrest that can attach and detach from a standard, off-the-shelf, ExerSaucer. The extended backrest and strapping system supports individuals with low tone and strength during upright play.
With this photo you can see the primary menu screen for the Connecthetics app; from here patients will be able to access the key features of our app including the Chat with a Clinician, Video Tutorials, and Maps pages.
ExoLeg: an affordable intelligent orthotics system for low-income countries
Virtual Reality Central Visual Field Test
GPAC – Gaming Platform for Activity and Co-ordination
Adaptive Paddleboard Seat in Use
Yeonho Jeong, Hyunjoon Choi, Sungjun Byun, and Junghan Kang Crutches are tools for people who injured and their leg. There are many types of crutches; underarm or axilla, forearm, platform, leg support, one crutch. The traditional crutch, which is a long stick with a crosspiece at the top, used as a support under the armpit. The […]
George M Thottan, Anirudh SP, Jebbin Joseph, Ijas AH, Ganesh Nair, and George AN This product consists of two hardware components the headset and the keyboard. The keyboard is made from an acrylic sheet on which the keys are engraved. This keyboard is touch interfaced with the help of lasers. This allows those users who are […]
The primary photo featured highlights the designated hook areas located along the sock in orange with the sock body represented in black.