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Robot-Assisted Training in Sports (M3-Lab)

Student Projects

Interested in working on one of our projects? Please take a look on our student projects page. We are always interested in students who want to do their Semester, Bachelor, or Master project in our lab. You can also contact the project contact person for topic suggestions.

Contact Person

Peter Wolf

Rationale

Appropriate instructions and augmented feedback facilitate acquisition and perfection of motor tasks in sports. To distribute perceptual and cognitive workload, these cues should address all modalities. Thus, we design and evaluate unimodal (visual, auditory, haptic) as well as multimodal instructions and feedback strategies, and develop robots providing the required haptic interaction.

Approach

Own developments in the field of haptic interaction and of user-cooperative control are embedded in virtual scenarios, see Setup. Currently, the potential of concurrent, multimodal feedback strategies to enhance complex motor learning is explored in rowing and tennis. Furthermore, a virtual trainer is developed that automatically adapts instructions and feedback according to the actual performance.

Selected Publications

Selected publications can be found here.

Team & Collaborations

People working on the project and collaborators can be found on the Team & Collaborations page.

Financial Support

The funding sources for the project can be found here.

 

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