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This technology created at Carnegie Mellon will be further developed and tested using volunteers with above-the-knee amputations.
The channel uses Carnegie Mellon computer technology to share, compile and analyze images and air quality data from a coke plant on Allegheny County’s Neville Island.
Called Explorable Visual Analytics, or EVA, the tool uses a novel computer architecture that enables the analyst to explore raw data through dynamic visualizations with minimal time delay.
A new design tool developed by Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon ensures the legged robots move as intended.
A new technology developed by Carnegie Mellon and Disney Research could enable smartwatches to automatically recognize what objects users are touching.
Researchers will confront the challenges of big data as members of the Northeast Data Innovation Hub.
The app allows users to get up-to-date Air Quality Index (AQI) numbers for their current location and for other locales of their choosing.
The technique for producing 3-D-printed hair is similar to — and inspired by — the way that gossamer plastic strands are extruded when a person uses a hot glue gun.
A pilot app, called NavCog, uses sensors and cognitive technologies to inform blind people on the CMU campus about their location.
CMU researchers have developed a three-fingered soft robotic hand with multiple embedded fiber optic sensors.
Both platforms were created by CMU students in TechBridgeWorld’s innovative Student Technology ExPerience (iSTEP), an internship through which students conduct technology research abroad that fills unmet needs in the local communities.
Carnegie Mellon, City of Pittsburgh Help Create New Network To Address Challenges Facing Nation’s Urban Infrastructure and Services
CMU and the City of Pittsburgh are founding members of the MetroLab Network, a new national alliance among 20 metro areas and more than 25 neighboring universities to research, develop and deploy innovative technologies to address critical challenges facing urban areas.
The gift is part of CMU’s partnership with Uber, which was announced earlier this year and includes additional investment in the university’s robotics and related technologies.
Carnegie Mellon had the largest contingent of any university at the World Economic Forum in China.
This imaging technology may be suitable for many applications, including medical imaging and space exploration, and could be incorporated into most smartphones.