Biomechatronics in Action
James E. Gleason Hall - 2nd Floor Room 2240
Have you ever wanted to see how robotics can be applied to biological systems or mimic humans or other animals? Want to learn more about wearable robotics? In this exhibit, visitors will get to see a variety of biorobotic devices in action, including dancing mini-humanoid robots, and learn about applications of biomechatronics through interactions with students and faculty from the Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering departments. Also on display will be several robotic animals, including a robotic fish, a robotic crab, and a robotic bird.
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