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Category: exoskeleton

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Machine learning personalizes how soft exosuits work

Researchers from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied and Sciences (SEAS) are using machine learning to personalize the controls of soft exosuits. The machine learning algorithm rapidly identifies the best control parameters for the soft exosuit to minimize the amount energy the human…

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I Tried an Industrial Exoskeleton

Ekso Bionics makes battery-powered exoskeletons for medical and rehabilitation applications. I wore their awesome Industrial Exoskeleton.
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These Kids Built an Exoskeleton to Lift 400 Pounds

These are students at the Bay School of San Francisco, and the makers of AJAX, a hydraulic exoskeleton that looks like something from a movie.
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Makers Helping with Trauma Rehabilitation

We talk to Stéphane Bonnard about the APREL Project, and the development of the exoskeleton arm that he brought along to Maker Faire Paris.
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Aspiring Iron Man Builds Working Exoskeleton, Lifts 170 Pounds

It’s been a long road for Youtuber “The Hacksmith” to go from inspiration to working prototype. Originally inspired by the exo-suit worn by Matt Damon in Elysium, his real working version is now in the testing phase. So far, he’s su…

World’s Fastest Man: How I Built Bionic Boots

Ever since I was 12 years old, I’ve been dreaming of one day dropping into the African savanna and running with cheetahs. I built the Bionic Boots simply because I wanted that experience.Read more on MAKE

Walking Again in a Personalized Exoskeletal Robot

Talk about a step into the future… Exoskeletal robots, once the domain of science fiction, are now helping people in need rise from their wheelchairs. One day in the not-so-distant future, they may replace wheelchairs all together. Imagine being …

Using the BeagleBone to Control a Powerful Upper Body Exoskeleton

My senior design team at the University of Pennsylvania has developed a powered upper body exoskeleton for use in physical therapy and assistive mobility applications. We’ve named the suit Titan after the powerful deities of incredible strength and sta…