Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Anatomically Correct Testbed (ACT) Hand
We are building a dynamic model of the human hand that is anatomically correct.
|Feedback Distortion for Rehabilitation
We are developing a virtual environment with a robotic device to extend the strength and mobility of people recovering from strokes.
We are developing an exoskeletal hand for patients suffering from a loss of precise control in the upper limbs and hands.
|Life-Size Safer Haptic Environment
We are constructed large-scale haptic devices for life-size environments.
|Neuromuscular Hand Control
We are quantifying the development of motor synergies in the human hand.
|Portable Wearable Movement Tracking System
We are developing a completely portable and wearable sensor system that accurately tracks and records human limb movements.
|Sensory Transfer Systems for the Sensory Impaired
We are developing a sensory transfer system to assist and enhance the manipulation abilities of the sensory impaired.
We are developing a robust, low-power microengineered interface between living neurons and silicon circuitry.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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