‘Electronic skin’ allows user to experience a sense of touch and pain; ‘After many years, I felt my hand, as if a hollow shell got filled with life again,’ amputee volunteer says.
Almost 200 years after Beethoven’s final symphony premiered in Vienna, three whirring, clanging electronic devices will perform on the Homewood campus today, playing “Ode to Joy,” Symphony No. 9’s final – and arguably most famous – movement. The musical robots were designed and built by undergraduate students as an end-of-semester project for an Introduction to […]
Students from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics visited Waverly Elementary/Middle School to help students explore STEM concepts.
To make fully neurally integrated prosthetics, said engineer Dr. Ralph Etienne-Cummings of Johns Hopkins University, we need to link thoughts to actions, sensors to feelings and to let the brain know where limbs and joints are in space.