Explore recent video campaigns
More 360° Videos
Human Robotics Lab - 124B
The Human Robotics Lab at the University of Delaware develops robotic devices for physical interaction with humans and pursues their application in motion augmentation, rehabilitation and as advanced tools to study movement neuromechanics. Room 124B is used for the fabrication and testing of human-interacting robots. Two systems are currently being tested: the UDiffWrist, a lightweight cable-driven wrist exoskeleton used for robot-aided rehabilitation of fine motor skills, and the EMG-controlled ball and beam, a system used for teaching neuromuscular interfaces and nonlinear controls in the class Biomechatronics (BMEG467/667).
Neuromuscular Biomechanics Lab - 116
The fundamental objective of the research group that works in the Neuromuscular Biomechanics Lab is to improve the understanding of muscle coordination for normal and pathological movements through coupled experimental and simulation studies. The group uses computational models to develop a cause-and-effect framework that relates muscle impairments to gait deviations. The overarching goal is to form a scientific rationale for therapeutic interventions to improve movement.
Explore recent photo campaigns
More 360° Photos