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Race the Landing #5: All American Night (22:28)

If you’ve been reading this blog over the past few years, you know that the Race the Landing 5K series at Charles Towne Landing is one of my favorites and a highlight of my summer. 1,046 more words

Race Recaps

maxon DC motors in the ReWalk Exo-skeleton.

An Israeli company, ReWalk Robotics, have developed an Exo-skeleton specifically helping quadriplegic people to walk again.

In 2003, Andre van Rϋschen was involved in a car accident that left him a paraplegic. 189 more words

DC Servo Motor, Robotics, Automation

Bridge Run participants, Marka and Adam, featured in New Mobility

After watching Marka Danielle and Adam Gorlitsky become the first people with spinal cord injuries to walk across the finish line at this year’s Cooper River Bridge Run, I thought their stories needed to be shared in New Mobility Magazine. 62 more words

Danielle Marka

A new, lightweight exoskeleton

Exoskeletons are just one of the many ways technology can make a better life for the disabled and impaired. Up until now, it was mostly a dream, a thing from science fiction. 87 more words

In The News

Electrostatic sheets promise super-light exoskeletons

Of all the reasons exoskeletons aren’t widespread, weight is one of the biggest. Even the slickest designs still tend to need bulky machinery. Not at Carnegie Mellon University, however — its researchers have… 152 more words



As I talked with Jonathan about how to hang the skeleton easier and joint all the separated ribs yesterday, I decided to make a ‘exoskeleton’ for the object which could be a frame to support all the fragile parts. 61 more words

Final Project

A butterfly's guide

Fragrance through the Garden,
Caught several time my pardon.
It is a little new born Butterfly,
Who broke it’s exoskeleton,

It was hanged from number of weeks, 115 more words