Knitted Supercapacitors to Power Smart Shirts – IEEE Spectrum

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3 June 2015

Liquid 3-D Printing – IEEE Spectrum

Liquid 3-D Printing – IEEE Spectrum.

The new 3-D printer starts with a basin filled with a pool of liquid resin. Ultraviolet rays can emerge from beneath through a hole at the bottom of this basin. 

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20 March 2015

Guantes inteligentes: la electrónica flexible y la cirugía – experiensense.com

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1 December 2014

Prickless Glucose Monitor That Uses Spit Takes Giant Step Forward – IEEE Spectrum

Prickless Glucose Monitor That Uses Spit Takes Giant Step Forward – IEEE Spectrum.

Researchers led by Domenico Pacifici, professor of engineering at Brown University,have developed a new biochip sensor that could enable diabetic patients to monitor their blood sugar levels without drawing any blood.

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23 June 2014

The FP7 I-SUR Project

homepage of the ISUR european project

The I-SUR Project | Research in Automating Surgery.

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4 June 2014

Hand-Held Spectroscopy Tool Lets You Examine the Molecular Composition of Your Food – IEEE Spectrum

Hand-Held Spectroscopy Tool Lets You Examine the Molecular Composition of Your Food

via Hand-Held Spectroscopy Tool Lets You Examine the Molecular Composition of Your Food – IEEE Spectrum.

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3 May 2014

Electronic Skin Patch With Memory and Drug Delivery Capability Could Treat Parkinson’s – IEEE Spectrum

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16 April 2014

New Probes Replace Surgeons’ Sense of Touch

New Probes Replace Surgeons’ Sense of Touch – IEEE Spectrum.

Laparoscopic pressure sensors make 3-D maps of tumors

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9 April 2014

New Da Vinci Xi Surgical Robot Is Optimized for Complex Procedures – IEEE Spectrum

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9 April 2014

A Monocular Pose Estimation System based on Infrared LEDs

Robot Perception Group.

Mutual localization is a fundamental component for multi-robot missions. Our monocular pose estimation system consists of multiple infrared LEDs and a camera with an infrared-pass filter. The LEDs are attached to the robot that we want to track, while the observing robot is equipped with the camera.

The code with instructions on how to use it is hosted on GitHub.

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2 April 2014