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[AIDE] Adaptative Multimodal interfaces to assist disabled people in daily activities.


The AIDE concept goes beyond the current state of the art in using a novel modular multimodal perception system to customize an adaptive multimodal interface towards disabled people needs. The multimodal interface will analyse and extract relevant information from the identification of residual abilities, behaviours, emotional state and intentions of the user, from analysis of the environment and from context factors. Finally, the humanEmachine cooperative system will be designed in accordance with specific user needs.

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23 April 2019 No comments

ICRA2014- Rehabilitation robotics


7 May, 2014

 

 

F.J. Badesa is attending the ICRA 2014 Conference. We took part of the ICRA 2014 workshop: Artificial intelligence in rehabilitation robotics: http://www.sms.hest.ethz.ch/icra2014/

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4 June 2014 Comments off

Using virtual reality for innovation on teaching law


juicioThis is a software for virtual reality platforms I developed for Teaching Innovation Project: the Virtual Reality Judgment Project. The software is developed using WorldViz virtual reality technology and Python language, and it plays a video of a judgment of about one hour in which a magistrate, a secretary, two lawyers and a witness act like in a real judgment. It may be used for teaching purposes in Law teaching, because the students can watch how a real judgment is, and they may try to guess the verdict (which is not shown in the video). The dialogs are recordings of real human voices, while the characters, all the gestures and motions, and all the elements of the scenery are completely virtual. The video may be played both in 2D or 3D.

Carlos G. Juan, José M. Sabater,  link to youtube example


3 May 2014 Comments off

DogUMH- a students project


dogumh2We have collaborate with the EPSE to teach their students about the development of a service robot based on the Kuka youbot platform.

Thanks to the EPSE and the IEEE student branch for their supportand time.

Escuela Politécnica Superior de Elche » Hackathon 2013.


14 April 2014 Comments off

Biorob 2014


12 August, 2014a15 August, 2014

 

 

Jose Maria Sabater-Navarro and Nicolas Garcia, researches from nBio are involved on the organizing committee of the Biorob 2014.


11 April 2014 Comments off

iDuctal, an application to visualize breast cancer with ultrasound images


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Breast cancer is the most common malignant tumor among women worldwide. Breast cancer is one of the few cancers that can be early detected, and the survival rate of the women whose breast cancers are detected on their initial stage is virtually 100%. At the present time, ultrasound (US) is the most important imaging test together with the mammogram for the diagnostic evaluation of the breast.

iDuctal is an innovative technique for the intraglandular mapping of breast cancer in a 3D scene using US images.

iDuctal has been commercially transferred to Instead-Technologies, Ltd.


11 April 2014 Comments off

Medical Robotics Book


This book is only available in spanish
ROBOTICA MEDICA – notas prácticas para el aprendizaje de la robótica en bioingeniería
Cyted – Acción Opensurg, 2013
I.S.B.N. 978-84-15413-12-7

13 May 2013 Comments off

Media news about iDuctal



25 March 2013 Comments off

[Hermes] Hyper-flexible bimanual robot manipulation and packing of deformable parts in the footwear industry


The HERMES experiment is part of a Echord experiments. It will demonstrate the potential to apply robotic technologies in the packaging process of the high added value shoe production. Important key technologies for bimanual manipulation, specifically in terms of detection and manipulation of non-rigid parts, will be developed and transferred to potential system integrators for future commercialization.

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23 January 2013 Comments off

Medical Imaging Technologies- Robot-assisted Rehabilitation


Medical Imaging Technologies

The main objective of this project is to measure rehabilitation outcomes using medical imaging technologies. In short, the idea is using Diffusion MRI and fMRI to analyze the advantages of using robot-assisted rehabilitation therapy.

This project is a collaboration between our research group at Universidad Miguel Hernandez and Inscanner.   Read more…


22 January 2013 Comments off