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Researchers have created a self-powered electronic watch that harvests energy from the wearer's wrist movements for continuous operation. By combining two different energy conversion mechanisms (electromagnetic and triboelectric) in a single...

source: Phys.Org

It may take hours for a robot to figure out how to grasp a new object. But hundreds of robots could accelerate the process by sharing knowledge.

source: MIT Technology Review

The pair of Congressional bills written to prevent major funding cuts to Medicare-purchased complex rehab wheelchair accessories is gaining co-sponsors, but NCART says more signatures are needed. H.R. 3229 and S. 2196 seek to...

source: Mobility Management

Bandit's Shark Showdown's creators, Omar Ahmad, Kat McNally, and Promit Roy, work for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and made the game in conjunction with a neuroscientist and neurologist, John Krakauer, who is trying...

source: The New Yorker

National Seating & Mobility is now among the players looking to get a piece of the home accessibility pie. In October it launched AccessNSM, which offers stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, ramps, door openers and barrier-free showers through seven locations stretching from...

source: HME News

What's it like designing, fabricating and prototyping an assistive technology solution over 72 straight hours? RESNA member Ronny Gaal found out when he attended the UCP/Google Bay Area Makeathon.

source: RESNA


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