KÖBAG is a wearable device based on the universal design and intuitive paradigm, that keeps your personal belongings and school supplies safe while being trendy and practical.
The design constraints of this product lead to the creation of an ink slider design that increases the contrast of multiple lines of printed braille per pass.
The design is a composite actuator, the soft-elastic composite actuator (SECA), that facilitates both finger flexion and extension.
The umbrella design consists of an automatically deployable canopy, attached to the rear of the chair, that projects upward into position, and then deploys into a bubble shape covering the user and the controllers
The eConHand is a wearable active BCI-based hand function rehabilitation system
The WristSense is, a smart, rapidly prototyped wrist orthotic outfitted with off-the-shelf electronics and gesture recognition capabilities.
Touch Ability is a series of games and puzzles designed specifically to be accessible to people who are deaf-blind
The objective of this project is to create a prototype of a toy that uses a sound detection system than can receive the vocalizations made by the children and notify them of their voice using LED lighting.
The project uses the technique of lip-reading often used by speech therapists as a learning tool to create a fun linguistic game.
The main contributing factors to upper-extremity overuse injuries are the user’s stroke force and frequency. Currently, the SmartWheel is the only existing tool that tracks these metrics; however, it is expensive, fragile, and designed exclusively for use in a clinical setting