Congratulations to both Chris Whitney and Felicity Escarzaga for the acceptance of their abstracts titled “KineTrax, a wearable device for recording kinematics in a community setting
” and “Design and Fabrication of a Physical Model for the Winding Filament Hypothesis” (respectively) for presentation at the 5th Annual ASU Rehabilitation Robotics Workshop (http://rehabrobotics.engineering.asu.edu/)
A new course will be offered on Wearable Technologies this coming Spring semester (2017). Class will convene from 12:45 to 2:00pm on Monday and Wednesday. In this course, you will learn about the history of wearable computing, design and construct a wearable device, and explore numerical analysis methods in such topics as FFT and statistical learning.
To mark the end of the summer and celebrate as a group, our lab, joined by Dr. Cambou’s lab, made the short yet strenuous hike up Mt. Elden Lookout Trail. I’m happy to say everyone made it! That’s a 2300 foot climb over 2.5 miles. Well done everyone!