Posted on 03 February 2011.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Surgeons of the future might use a system that recognizes hand gestures as commands to control a robotic scrub nurse or tell a computer to display medical images of the patient during an operation. Both the hand-gesture recognition and robotic nurse innovations might help to reduce the length of surgeries and […]
Posted in Science + Technology
Posted on 19 April 2008.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Typing on a keyboard or scribbling on paper may be similar activities, but there is a significant difference in how the body moves, according to new motor development research. “In language we start with letters that lead to syllables that lead to words, and we use grammar to put everything together,” […]
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