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Multijoint movement without internal models

Thomas Buhrmann has been working on a model of arm movement that, contrary to widespread assumptions, can compensate for the complex and dynamic inter-joint torques without the need for a central control using internal models. 106 more words


Rolling...yeah I roll

Rolling…rolling…really? This is something that I have done enough times that I have seen great responses with. It has a purpose and if done and followed through with can be very beneficial. 1,065 more words

Physical Therapy

Building a Dyno- Part I (Overview)


It will soon be thesis time at WEMPEC.  I am an off-campus student and while most off-campus students do an semester-long independent study, I have chosen to do a full-blown year-plus long thesis instead.   657 more words

Power Electronics

Active Vs Passive ROM (Cervical Spine)

Active VS Passive ROM (Cervical)

This is my first post relating to active vs passive ROM testing and treatments. I want to start in the cervical region. 1,441 more words

Physical Therapy

The OOV - Fabulous or familiar?

I love gadgets! New, innovative, groovy – I feel special when I have a new toy to play with. I justify my pleasure by saying “Oh it saves me SO much time”, or “I can do SO much more” – but really, it’s the wow factor that gets me every time. 1,605 more words

Therapeutic Approaches

I2C DC Motor control on the STM32F4-Discovery Using MikroC for ARM.

There are countless DC motor controllers out there, for every interface, power requirements and various perks like automatic Voltage regulation etc.. I happen to have access to a Devantech MD23 card which I’ve used to drive an ‘autonomous’ differential drive robot on an Arduino.   84 more words