Robotics for Rehabilitation, Exercise and Assessment in Collaborative Healthcare (RREACH) Lab
The Robotics for Rehabilitation, Exercise and Assessment in Collaborative Healthcare (RREACH) Lab was created to focus specifically on biomedical engineering projects involving upper limb therapy for persons with neurological impairment. It is based in the Institute for Computing Information and Cognitive Systems (ICICS) Building.
The lab has robotics and motion capture devices to investigate different ways of designing exercise regimens to create more engaging, context-relevant, and effective experiences for persons undergoing therapy.
The RREACH Lab currently is home to the FEATHERS project and has recently expanded to include the SleepSmart project. SleepSmart is a biomedical engineering project focused on using wireless sensing technology to diagnose sleep disorders.
Interview with Dr. Mike Van der Loos, Director of the RREACH Lab
FEATHERS Project Demonstration
Rehabilitation Using Robotic Devices and Augmented Feedback
For more information, visit the RREACH website.