Took part in a bio-robotics workshop led by two artists who work with human neurons and heart muscle cells 👀 Crazy, timely, super interesting and echically totally suspect. It was very good. Go see their work at Solu gallery opening this Friday! Thanks @guybenary and @nathan_john_thompson and @bioartsociety #biorobotics on the way to culturing #sentientbeings ?
Nature is amazing. • • • As a biomimicry scientist looking at nature to solve many engineering problems can be very helpful. • • • Animals have evolved and over come many physical obstacles to have a near optimal shape, form and function when locomoting. Thanks to nature we are able to excel and overcome engineering problems that we encounter in our everyday life.
Working in the plastics research division at Bosch in Germany, Harry always wanted to return to his academic roots - biomechanical engineering, and pursue a PhD. Serendipitously, he started his search for a PhD project just as the Soft Tissue Robotics graduate school was about to start. The fact that the research project involved biomechanics applied to real world problems and on top of that was a part of an international and interdisciplinary graduate school, was enough for him to leave Bosch and sign up. Harry's project looks at how simulations of human muscles can be used to improve the interaction of robots with people. In the last few decades, advances in both hardware and software technology has lead to a massive increase in the interaction of humans and robots. Some examples are assembly lines, surgical robots or wearable robots that can replace or enhance every day movements. In all these uses-cases, a key aspect is the "interaction", where the better the ability of the robot to figure out what we want to do, the better it can react to us and the better the overall performance and experience is likely to be. Robots do this mainly via sensors, from cameras measuring user movement, to sensors measuring the user’s muscle pressure to muscle electrical activity. Using this measured data alone, while very useful, has its limitations - for one, we come in all different shapes and sizes, so optimal control of robots based on one users measurements may not work out so well for another. Another factor is that some data is practically impossible or very difficult to obtain, most people wouldn't want a hundred needle electrodes inserted permanently into their muscle. This is where simulations of muscles can help. . . . . . . #robotics#dfg#irtg#universitätstuttgart#universityofauckland#science#robotic#softtissuerobotics#softtissues#stuttgart#auckland#cbm#biomechanic#biomechanics#biorobotics#engineering#signalprocessing#engineers#graduateschool#phd
Starting a research on robotic systems inspired by @yam_sketch 's project #readytocrawl exposed at @japanhouseldn . The aim is to develop a new method adapted to classic 3d printer instead of SLS printing.
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Introducing IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics (T-MRB) is a multi-disciplinary journal lies at the intersection between biomedical engineering and robotics, fulfilling a dream shared by the two IEEE Societies (Robotics and Automation – RAS, and Engineering in Medicine and Biology – EMBS). T-MRB is covering the most significant advances in #biorobotics 🚀 and bionics ⚛️ and publishing papers reporting high-quality research in the field of #robotics and of #bionics applied to #healthcare. 💊 Access now on IEEEXplore https://bit.ly/2tbAk8z ⏩ @ieee.ras @ieeeorg @ieeexp #ieee
DD training systems are also spreading in the Middle East. After Dubai now also in Abu Dhabi! The Cleveland Clinic is one of the most renowned hospitals in the Middle East. Dynamic Devices is proud to be a partner. #clevelandclinicabudhabi#ddrobotec#abudhabi
Нанороботтар (микроорганизмдерден мың есе кіші) нанотехология ғылым саласындағыларға ғана мәлім, көпшілікке таныс емес ғылымның ең жаңа салаларының бірі. Мына видеода нерв талшығын қалпына келтіретін нанороботтың концепциясы бейнеленген. Наноробот проблемалы аумаққа микрохирургия жүргізіп, үзілген нервті қалпына келтіре алады. Нанотехнологияның нақты қолданысқа енуі медицинаны түбегейлі өзгертуі мүмкін. Операция жасау, хирургиялық әрекеттер, екпе жасау, дәрі ішудің еш қажеті болмай қалуы мүмкін. Бірақ бұл жаңа технология қымбат болып жатса онда басқа. Нанороботтар ДНК реттеуден бастап қатерлі ісікті жоюға, вирусты жеп қою не ыдырату, ауру аумақты өзі анықтауға программаланады. #arystanbek#нанороботтар#nanorobotics#nanorobots#nanoid#nanobot#nanomashine#nanomedicine#biobot#biorobotics#biomachine