Athlete Engineering Baseline Ecosystem: innovative technologies to enhance human performance
The Athlete engineering BaseLine Ecosystem (AeBLE) is a collection of integrated innovations impacting human performance, health, and wellness. AeBLE integrates artificial intelligence-driven mobile markerless motion capture, embedded wearable sensors, and extended reality immersive technologies to train healthy movements and mitigate at-risk motion patterns which can lead to musculoskeletal injuries.
Miniaturized Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Harsh Environment Sensor
The LIBS sensor identifies elemental compositions of solids and liquids in the field, in real-time- essential for producing the nation’s energy while protecting the environment. LIBS enhances research of domestic sources of rare earth elements and enables sensing and monitoring of chemical processes, assuring effective carbon storage and groundwater quality.
Florisensor, usage of plant extracts for gas sensing
A chemiresistors made from plant extracts (such as flowers) can be renewable, low-cost and environmentally friendly. The chemiresistors are also able to discriminate between different food (such as flavors of smoothies), their spoilage/fermentation progression and for disease diagnostics (such as gastric cancer). The sensor is reusable.
Adaptive Body-Area Multi-Node Powering
A system for transmitting power over human body comprising a power transmitter and power receivers. Each power receiver is in a wearable device. The power transmitter transmits power to the power receivers where its output power and frequency is adapted according to the power requirement of each power receiver.
Memristor – Novel Nano Memory Device
A memristor (resistor with memory) is a non-linear passive two terminal electrical component. A memristor is one of the four fundamental circuit elements and was first theorized in 1971 by Leon Chua. A memristor device retains it memory with no need for an external power source.
Circularly Polarized Wearable Antenna for On-Body Applications
This technology reveals a conformal solution towards a compact, lightweight, circularly polarized wearable antenna with super robust and highly-efficient performance when mounted on a human body.
World's First Augmented Reality Contact Lens
Our technology overlays images, symbols, and text on the real world without obstructing vision or interfering with productivity, unlike awkward, wired, bulky, and heavy AR goggles or headsets. These contact lenses are comfortable, hands-free, mobile, lightweight and can be covertly worn all day, displaying information only when commanded.
Wireless Charging Extension Methods and Apparatus
Inductively coupled wireless transmission has a very short range. The proposed method and apparatus allows extending of this range significantly using an intermediate passive wireless coil loop. This technique can be applied to power wireless devices which can be placed away from the transmission coil.
Bioinspired in-sensor visual adaptation for accurate perception
The bioinspired vision sensors based on MoS2 phototransistors exhibit time-varying activation and inhibition characteristics, and match Weber’s law. The dynamic modulation of photo-sensitivity under different lighting conditions, creating an effective perception range of up to 199 dB. Both scotopic and photopic adaptation are realized by the phototransistor arrays.