Harvard University Developing Assistive/Rehabilitation Robots

Harvard University Developing Assistive/Rehabilitation Robots

A team at Harvard University School of Engineering and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University is developing Assistive/Rehabilitation robots for the elderly and people with physical disabilities like the Assistive Hip Suit and Soft Robotic Glove. Image credit: the Harvard University School of Engineering and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University Watch a short video of this below: More information: https://www.seas.harvard.edu/https://wyss.harvard.edu/ Mecharithm has made lessons about assistive and rehabilitation robots that you can watch in case you are interested to learn more: https://www.mecharithm.com/rehabilitation-robotics-learning Thanks for reading this post. You can access more categorized news on Robotics and Mechatronics at the…
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Guardian® XO® from Sarcos Robotics for Power Augmentation

Guardian® XO® from Sarcos Robotics for Power Augmentation

Guardian® XO® from Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation is a full-body powered exoskeleton designed to augment human strength and at the same time utilizes the intelligence, instinct, and judgment of humans, making it a perfect example for human-robot interaction. Image Credit: Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation The applications of this robot designed to enhance worker safety and efficiency can be vast; from Oil & Gas industries to Construction to Automotive to Military & Defense are just some of the potential applications. Key features: 24 Degrees of Freedom (DOFs)battery-powered (enables mobile usage)enables the operator to lift up to 200 lbsthe powered-design…
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