Nathan Hahn

HCII | CMU

3 posts tagged with hardware

  • Grip it Good Part 2

    Background From the fall semester, in summary, we learned that: Grip force measurements from current devices, such as hand-held dynamometers, are poorly correlated with patients’ gripping performance during functional tasks, e.g. grabbing a can of…

  • Grip it Good

    Current methods of measuring impaired grip strength and coordination do not correlate with the ability to perform functional tasks. For example, the grip force measured with a hand-held dynamometer is not representative of one’s ability to perform…

  • Greenlight

    The use of natural light in commercial settings is undervalued. Most large industrial parks and university campuses rely solely on artificial sources to provide light for their rooms. Artificial light at these locations is often emitted in excess of…

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