Nothing gets in Tyler’s way on the slopes.
U mechanical engineering assistant professor Tommaso Lenzi received two grants to further advance the “Utah Bionic Leg” technology, a self-powered prosthetic limb with a computer processor and motorized joints in the ankle and knee that enable an amputee to walk with more power and vigor, as well as better balance.
Although challenging at times, returning to school at the U feels like coming home.
U engineer says new study forces researchers to rethink how elderly break their bones.
Technologies on display at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, range from smart lenses to an improved movement controller to aid quadriplegics.