Keenan Sullivan, Steven Burke, Jennifer Ching Abstract The modular sensory board is a device used to reward young students in elementary school for effectively completing their work in a timely and responsible manner. Some children have difficulty developing their senses during early childhood. Because of this, we have determined that this board be specifically geared […]
Cassie Meeker, Lindsay Sullivan, Matt Schneider and Joseph Shim (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) designed four devices to help a candle maker with autism become self-sufficient in the workplace.
Stephanie Vásquez and Gabriela Moya(Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE) designed an Elbow and Wrist Rehabilitation Prototype for the first and second phases of rehabilitation.
Bradley Bomar, Michael Mullins, Monica Rawson Abstract: Young children with motor limitations, such as cerebral palsy, may have hindered cognitive development at an early age due to limited experiences and mobility. Stimulating their learning and allowing exploration through independent mobility is needed to grow strong neuron pathways at their young stage in life. Our design […]
ABSTRACT The EdemaBand is a class II medical device that empowers patients with congestive heart failure to manage their condition at home. Using an array of textile electrodes on a form-fitting band, the device measures bioimpedance to determine changes in one of the most prevalent symptoms of congestive heart failure: pulmonary edema. Decreases in bioimpedance indicate […]
Anand Mhatre, Herbert Hill, Kalai Tsang, David Smeresky, Ashlee McKeon, Thomas Bowers, Elaine Houston, Greta Brecheisen, Dan Osaque, Sarah Bass Abstract Our client desires to return to fully participating in the sport of sled. He has hemiparesis on his right side in addition to carpel tunnel and a shoulder injury and therefore, struggles to attain […]