Dexterous Lab

Clinically Viable Motion Tracking and Analysis Device for Cerebral Palsy Patients

 

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Membership level
2016-2017 Team
Team Name
Dexterous Lab
Project Title
Clinically Viable Motion Tracking and Analysis Device for Cerebral Palsy Patients
Design Challenge
Cerebral Palsy is a disease that affects patients' motor skills. The clinical test that measures progress of the treatment requires patients to successfully manipulate a finger-sized peg by moving the peg along the designated path or placing it in a specified location. Our goal is to build a clinically viable motion tracking and analysis device that will accurately transfer, analyze and display the motion path data of the peg.
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Date Updated
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Sponsors
Dr. Gloria Gogola
Department(s)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
Faculty Advisor 1 - Name
Gary Woods
Faculty Advisor 1 - Department
  • ECE
Award(s) and Recognition
Best Medical Device Technology Award
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