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Greg Sawicki: Augmenting human locomotion with spring-loading | CMU RI Seminar

curated by | April 4, 2015

“The goal of the Human Physiology of Wearable Robotics (PoWeR) Laboratory is to discover and exploit key principles of locomotion neuromechanics in order to build wearable devices that can augment intact and/or restore impaired human locomotion. The primary performance goal of such devices is to reduce metabolic energy consumption of the user. … Greg Sawicki, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, North Carolina State University”

John Payne’s insight:
A recent BBC report on this project has previously been linked from

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