Medical Robotics Club @ GT

[Design ○ Build ○ Program] Robots that Save Lives!


Fall 2017 - Fall 2018 Projects


Introductory Project

Team Leader: Jake Peloquin
Description: Work in a team of 5 to learn CAD modeling, 3D printing, machining, Arduino basics, circuity & programming by designing and building a hospital rover! Teams will learn skills in weekly meetings and then apply those skills while building their robots. A competition will be held at the end of the semester for best robot!
Time commitment: 2 hours/week.
Meeting Times: TBD.
Meeting Venue: TBD.
Links to: GroupMe and Google Docs

Team Limbo (Haptic Feedback Prosthetic)

Team Leader: Hisham Temmar
Description: This project will focus on creating a low-budget, upper-limb prosthetic from the ground up that can be controlled by users and provide feedback to the user about relative hand position, grip strength, etc. There will be aspects of device design, circuit design, CAD, and more!
Time commitment: 2 hours/week.
Meeting Times: TBD.
Meeting Venue: TBD.
Links to: GroupMe and Google Docs

Joint World Prosthetics (3D Printed Leg Prosthetic)

Team Leader: Sabrina Fletcher
Description: Creating a low-cost 3D printed leg prosthetic for the developing world.
Time commitment: 2 hours/week.
Meeting Times: TBD.
Meeting Venue: TBD.
Links to: GroupMe and Google Docs

Assistive Humanoid Project (Informally, Poof)

Team Leader: Shehab Attia
Description: Poof is a cute, friendly-looking robot that is able to clean the classroom, interact with children, learn their faces and names, record vitals, carrie a first-aid kit, remind when it’s time for a child to take their medicine, and record medical activity over time. The robot should also be able to provide assistance to children with any type of physical impairment. Poof is also aware of the environment it is present in, providing basic safety functions, such as atmospheric composition and ambient temperature.
Time commitment: 4 hours/week.
Meeting Times: Tuesday & Thurdays 5-7pm.
Meeting Venue: Design Studio in Whitaker Basement.
Links to: GroupMe and Google Docs

Leg Exoskeleton

Team Leader: Alissa Kushner
Description: TBD. This is a new project. Team members still need to decide what they're going to do.
Time commitment: 2 hours/week.
Meeting Times: TBD.
Meeting Venue: TBD.
Links to: GroupMe and Google Docs

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Completed Projects


Footmouse

Team Leaders: Jake Peloquin
Description: The FootMouse provides a way for upper limb amputees to control a computer using only their feet! It uses an Arduino microcontroller, foot pedals, and a unique “foot mouse”. The user can click left, middle, and right mouse buttons with one foot, and move the cursor, scroll, and pan with their other foot. Surfing the web, photoshop, and even CAD modeling is possible with the FootMouse.

Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Projects


Bedside Grippers

Special thanks to our Graduate Mentor, Henry Clever, for involving the team in his project!
We designed, 3D printed, built and programmed different shapes of end-effectors to help bed-ridden patients get about activities with a joystick!

Team Leaders: Ellen Cottingham, Tristan Wu
Mentors: Henry Clever, Zackory Erickson
Members: Caleb DiPrete, Jonathan Delemar, Kento Yamamoto, Kate Hardin, Josh Moore, Nick Riccardelli, Reina Betancourt, Vidhi Bhanderi, Shivam Patel.

Elliptical Machine

We visited Project Walk, a rehab center for spinal cord injury patients. We interviewed patients and brought back an elliptical that we're turning into a pedal-assisted machine to help them walk again!

Team Leaders: Jasmine Pillarisetti, Aditya Muralidhar
Mentors: Henry Clever, Zackory Erickson
Members: Akanksha Bhatia, Brandon Kim, Gylianne Tyndall, Hisham Temmar, Zafar Alam, Shravanan Ravi, Tarun Maddali, Ryan Yeung, Jon Anderson, Maureen McGough, Eric Salisbury, Prak, Asad, Shehab Attia.

Upcoming Events:

  • First General Meeting - August 30, 2018 @ 11am-12pm in Whitaker 1214

FAQ

Q: How do I join?
There are several steps to joining:

  1. Fill out the sign up form here.
  2. Subscribe to the mailing list here.
  3. Come to the mandatory meetings on Tuesdays at 11am-12pm.

Q: I don't have any experience, is that okay?
Yes! You learn by working on a project. We have workshops and mentors to help you learn anything you might need.
Q: Are there dues?
Dues are $25. They cover food, t-shirts and materials.


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