Our vision is to create a broad class of body-worn personal health systems, customised to the wearer’s or patient’s needs. We leverage digital human and system modelling, simulation and multi-process additive manufacturing methods to explore the design and implement individualised wearable and implantable devices. Our goals are:
(1) to develop methods for creating digital human twins and personalisation strategies,
(2) to develop methods for model-based system designs,
(3) to co-simulate digital twins and technical systems,
(4) to investigate methods for accurate functional performance simulation.
Abstract We present a fundamentally new approach to design and assess wearable motion systems based on biomechanical simulation and sensor data synthesis. We devise a methodology of personal biomechanical models and virtually attach sensor models to body parts, including sensor positions frequently ...
Personalized 3D-printed eyeglasses equipped with sensing functions can enhance daily life through augmenting applications that enable wearers to monitor their vitals and behaviour. Novel 3D-printing techniques and materials could provide the basis for personalized smart eyeglasses such that the fram...