The current design of the Strum Assistant allows an individual with an upper extremity partial amputation, congenital limb abnormality, decreased dexterity, decreased fine motor coordination, decreased sensation, or digit contracture to strum the guitar while encouraging active use of the proximal affected limb.
This device enables all children, regardless of the severity of their impairments, to develop autonomy of movement and enjoy water recreation in a way that was not previously possible.
A Wheelchair Wheel Changing Station is an apparatus which allows people who have upper body mobility and use wheelchairs to change their wheels independently.
The RWI device is a low cost, walker-style device made from mostly PVC piping and other materials commonly found in a hardware store.
The Trunk Muscle Transducer (TMT), was designed to interface with both a six-axis load cell and a subject to accurately determine trunk muscle forces as trunk orientation changes in the anterior/posterior (AP) and medial/lateral (ML) directions.
SLARA translator mobile application offers a solution that provides them a simple way to communicate with the others.
AttendIT is a device made for the self-motivated school-aged child with ADHD that wants to succeed in class. It uses a timer and small LED lights that turn on at the end of the timer to remind the child to pay attention to the class lesson.
The ReACH Game is designed to exercise everyday motions through repetitive arm movements. The main components of this system include the robot NAO, a structural frame, two targets, touch sensor, and a custom Arduino program.
The primary goal of this project was to design an art station that students could easily interact with, and create art with independently.
A prototype online platform, called Circles, was developed that helps older adults find groups they are interested in and participate in semi-structured, small group video calls.