BME Design Studio News
May 23, 2016
GEAR design team members (l to r): Adam Li, George Levay, and Nate Tran.
The BME graduate design team of Adam Li, George Levay and Nate Tran were selected as the grand prize winner in the Intel-Cornell Cup challenge. The team won with GEAR — Game Enhancing Augmented Reality — bio-gaming device.
The GEAR bio-gaming shoes are a simple, targeted device for aiding upper-limb disabled video game players to control movement in over 20 different ways — including forward, backward, left and right along with jumping and crouching — through the use of their feet. The intuitive device features a customizable user interface and a simple comfortable mechanical design.
Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering congratulates the GEAR team on their outstanding accomplishment. Read the full article. ►