ITESM graduates develop innovative exoskeleton that uses artificial intelligence and augmented …

To fulfill its tasks, the robotic suit uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality Exoskeletons are mechanical structures applied externally to the body and its functions is the improve movement, hold the body of people suffering from an injury or increase physical strength to lift heavy objects. To improve and extend the functionality of these devices, graduates of Technology Monterrey (ITESM) develop an exoskeleton that works with artificial intelligence and is made up of several independent parts to rehabilitate specific body parts as joints through augmented reality. The device acquires motion with brain or muscle signals and measures simultaneously translated by the apparatus noninvasively. Dr. Ernesto Rodríguez Leal, professor at the ITESM, explained that the device can acquire motion by a headband containing electrodes themselves are responsible for receiving and calculate…


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