FURI | Fall 2020

Testing Method of Soft Actuator

Health icon, disabled. A red heart with a cardiac rhythm running through it.
Elderly around the world have been diagnosed with mobility impairment due to various diseases that cause weak joints and muscles. The Kaiteki Project proposes a wearable hybrid robotic system that will assist and support persons in their daily routine. In order to determine if an actuator is acceptable to be implemented on to a person, limits of the soft actuators need to be tested. Using the constraints of the human body, a platform is created to test potential actuators to determine if they can be used as an orthosis.

Student researcher

Anson Kwan

Engineering (robotics)

Hometown: San Gabriel, California, United States

Graduation date: Spring 2022

FURI Totals

TotalStudents

0

FacultyMentors

0

OnlineSymposia

0

ResearchFocus Areas

0

FURIProjects

0

MOREProjects

0

KEENProjects

0

GCSPProjects

0