Help Us Build an Exoskeleton for a Student With a Spinal Cord Injury.
The EMPOWER Lower Limb Exoskeleton Assist Project
The mission of Lower-Limb Exoskeleton Assist Project (LLEAP) is to develop a robotic exoskeleton for an individual in need. We strive to build technology that will improve someone's quality of life while teaching students and learning along each step of the way.
Aiming for completion in 2024, LLEAP is currently designing and building an exoskeleton for a student with a spinal cord injury, with the goal of providing mobility assistance and improved quality of life. This project is a Learn by Doing opportunity for engineers to develop practical solutions to real-life problems occurring in the surrounding community.
With your generous support, we will be able to work toward our goal of creating a functional prototype!
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This level helps us pay for raw materials used in the manufacturing process for the exoskeleton.