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Swumanoid as a Tool to Help Enhance Speed of Swimming

The Swumanoid project has be developed by the Nakashima Group at Tokyo Institute of Technology. It is hoped that the Swumanoid will help understand how humans can swim at a faster pace and to make this technology a good tool for helping athletes enhance their speed at swimming.

Robot Joints with Accuracy, Low Profiles and High Torque

At Celera Motion, we take our components and develop mechatronic assemblies - creating robot joints with extreme accuracy, low profiles, and high torque to deliver a unique solution for your requirements.

Joggobot: Flying Robot As Friendly Jogging Companion

Dr. Florain ‘Floyd’ Mueller at the Exertion Games Lab RMIT University is currently developing the Joggobot, a flying robot that will work to interact with the human body, play (i.e., sports exercise), and technology.
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