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Sensorized Biomechatronics

A subset of biuomechatronics, which is the integration or attempt to integrate mechanics, electronics and flesh into a single system, the phrase ?sensorized biomechatronics? refers to any attempt to create a technological sensor network which can be integrated into a larger organism. This includes any attempt to recreate natural bodily senses that have somehow been lost. For example, recreating the sensation of touch in a replacement prosthetic limb, such as it approaches, equals, or exceeds the sensitivity and capability of the original limb.

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The biomechatronics Lab at MIT in Cambridge, USA, are one off several labs who have developed motors which mimic the way human muscles work. They have used their discoveries to patent a major advance in human prosthetics ? an artificial, bi...

A group of scientists from Brown University, MIT and the Providence VA Medical Center in Providence, Rhode Island, are working together to bring an unlikely future into being - robocop-style, hot-swappable limbs.

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Double amputee Oscar Pistorius, who runs on artificial legs made of carbon fiber, definitely sprints differently than intact-legged elite runners, according to newly released research. While he appears to have no clear advantage over runner...

As athletes strive for perfection, sports scientists need to exploit every technological advance to help them achieve that goal. Researchers in New Zealand have now developed a new type of wearable impact sensor based that can provide much ...

New technology to capture the kinetic energy of our everyday movements, such as walking, and to convert it into electrical energy has come a step closer thanks to research to be published in the International Journal Biomechatronics and Bio...