Biomechatronics - Wikipedia
Biomechatronics is an applied interdisciplinary science that aims to integrate biology, mechanics, and electronics. It also encompasses the fields of robotics and neuroscience.
Biomechatronics | MIT Media Lab
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How Biomechatronics Works | HowStuffWorks
Biomechatronics is the merging of man with machine -- like the cyborg of science fiction. It is an interdisciplinary field encompassing biology, neurosciences, mechanics, electronics and robotics.
Biomechatronics | About Biomechatronics | Systems and Control
Biomechatronics is the interdisciplinary study of biology, mechanics, electronics and control. It focuses on the research and design of assistive, therapeutic and diagnostic devices to compensate (partially) for the loss of human physiological functions or to enhance these functions.
What is biomechatronics? - Definition from WhatIs.com
Biomechatronics is the interdisciplinary study of biology, mechanics, and electronics. Biomechatronics focuses on the interactivity of biological organs (including the brain) with electromechanical devices and systems.
Carnegie Mellon University Experimental Biomechatronics Lab
* Lab in transition: As of Fall 2017, the laboratory is beginning a move to Stanford University. Please note that some of the content on this website does not yet reflect these changes. The move should be complete in the summer of 2018.
Overview ‹ Biomechatronics — MIT Media Lab
The Biomechatronics group seeks to advance technologies that promise to accelerate the merging of body and machine, including device architectures that resemble the body's own musculoskeletal design, actuator technologies that behave like muscle, and control methodologies that exploit principles of biological movement.
Projects ‹ Biomechatronics — MIT Media Lab
During the gait cycle, the human ankle complex serves as a primary power generator while simultaneously stabilizing the entire limb. Thes...
Can Prosthetics Outperform Real Limbs? | Cyborg Nation
MIT Media Lab's Hugh Herr explains how he looks to nature when developing new bionic appendages. The amputee and avid rock climber discusses how his biomechatronics division is pioneering the ...