Have you ever thought of making use of the large change in angle by your knee when you walk with a piezoelectric device will convert knee movement into electric current?
The NIH National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research (NCSRR) at Stanford University offers an amazing open-source software for musculoskeletal modeling and dynamic simulations of human body.
From the CES 2011 in Las Vegas, apart from Dr. Albert’s revolutionary iPhonECG, another technology mesmerized me. Its was the Japanese robotics company Cyberdyne’s Mind-Controlled Robotic Exoskeleton called HAL: Hybrid Assistive Limb. Lets explore this hi-tech prostheses ..