2016 Cengic

Title Haptic Device Control
Supervision Prof. Dr. phil. Andre Seyfarth (TU Darmstadt)
Assistance Ildar Farkhatdinov (Imperial)
Author Filip Cengic
Last edit 23. Feb 2017
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Goal of the thesis

The goal is to investigate which haptic couplings (input-output relations between human wrist and variables of the model) are efficient for maintaining stable locomotion.



Tasks

The main idea was to connect a wrist haptic interface (Imperial College London) with a virtual walking model (Department of Biomechanics, TU Darmstadt).
The task would be, to develope a software interface in Labview which will include

  • walking/running dynamic model integration using integrated Matlab coding block, so that it can be integrated with a physical haptic interface
  • visual representation of the model

Schedule

3.7.16 - Install LabView
- Create a simple dynamic model for running in LabView
17.7.16 - Model Implementation: Sending LabView code blocks to Imperial College
5.9.-9.9.16 - Experiments at Imperial College London


Skype Meetings

  • 17.6.16, 12:45 o' clock (30 min) at Andre's office: Setting Thesis objectives and rough schedule plan (participating André, Filip, Ildar)
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