Mechanical and Visual Perturbation of Human Walking to Find General Principles of Gait Control

The University of Maryland’s Kinesiology Department features the Trigno™ Wireless System in its poster at the American Society of Biomechanics.

August 15th, 2017|Categories: Blogs|

Suggested Replacements for Trigno™ Wireless Standard Sensor (EMG + 3D ACC)

Over the better part of a decade, Delsys has advanced EMG sensor technology by continuously expanding our Trigno™ Wireless product line to accommodate the intricate needs of our customers. As a result of our advancement, [...]

July 12th, 2017|Categories: Blogs, Support|

Extreme Learning Machines for Real-Time Myoelectric Control

Myoelectric signals are rich sources of information about human movement control. They are also easily accessible, making them appealing for controlling devices like prosthetics, orthotics, and exoskeletons. However, the variability of the EMG signal and [...]

September 29th, 2016|Categories: Blogs|

Should Basketball Players Tape Their Ankles?

An interdisciplinary group of researchers from universities in Australia and the US, including Matthew Jeffriess from University of Technology Sydney and Dr. Robert Lockie from California State University, Northridge, teamed up to investigate whether [...]

March 30th, 2016|Categories: Blogs|

Gender and Psychological Factors on Pain Perception and Muscle Activity: an Induced-Pain Study of Anterior and Posterior Masseter Muscles

Chronic orofacial muscle pain imposes considerable personal and economic burdens for a broad spectrum of the general population. It is the chief complaint of the more than 5-10% of the US population with temporomandibular joint [...]

December 1st, 2015|Categories: Blogs|

Innovative Bionic Hand Provides Amputees with Sense of Touch

Researchers at the University of Newcastle are undertaking an ambitious project to provide bionic hands with the sense of touch. The investigators involved in this government-funded, £1.4 million project are aiming to design a prosthesis [...]

July 20th, 2015|Categories: Blogs, Research Videos|