|Jonathan Bohren and Alexander Rattner, winners of the Gemmil Award.
Their project, the FatPoodle foot controller (bottom right in the photo), is a four-degrees-of-freedom adjustable device that is used like a computer mouse.
|Carolyn Fu and Vinny Kumar, winners of the Tatnall Prize.
Their project, the Electronics Free Gait Automation is a design for a purely mechanical, unpowered system for automating walking that can be used in above-the- knee prostheses, orthoses, and exoskeletons.
|Kate Chovanetz, Matthew MacMillan and Travis VanSchoyck, winners of the Couloucoundis prize.
Their project, the Rapidly Orienting Green Eyed Robot, better known as R.O.G.E.R., was created to promote human-robot interaction. With a set of cameras located in the eyes, ROGER has the ability to track human faces and respond to different actions by displaying various emotions.