The Haptics and Medical Robotics (HAMR) Laboratory seeks to extend the current knowledge surrounding the human perception of touch, especially as it relates to applications of human/robot interaction and collaboration. We are particularly interested in medical robotics applications such as minimally invasive surgical robots, upper-limb prosthetic devices, and rehabilitation robots. To solve many of the problems in these areas, we apply techniques from human perception, human motor control, neuromechanics, and control theory. Check out Prof. Brown’s recent presentation in the iRos Workshop “Intro to Haptics for XR.”
About Our Laboratory
Motor-neurological conditions such as stroke can disrupt normal muscle activity for any part of the human body, especially in...