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Off-Road Vehicle Modifications
The Mercer University School of Engineering (MUSE) constructed a two-seat all-terrain vehicle as a display vehicle that is driven and displayed at Mercer University events to showcase the MUSE. The MUSE building superintendent ...
Novel Mobility Aid for Geriatric Patients with Impaired Upper Extremities
A universal walker with more adjustability and spring-compression handles was designed, built, and tested using EMG analyses. The goal of the walker is to assist elderly patients suffering from upper extremity weakness in ...
Lead (Pb) Sampling and Analysis in Low-Income Residential Communities
Through sampling and analysis of Pb concentrations in airborne and settled dust, this project will provide both a qualitative and quantitative study of Pb pollution in low-income residential communities.
Production Improvement for Touch3D Yearbook
In the Spring of 2020, for the third consecutive year, the Touch3D team at Mercer will provide a 3-Dimensional Yearbook for the graduating seniors at the Georgia Academy for the Blind. The process of producing this yearbook ...
Finger Force Required Versus Perceived Force Study
Overall, this study investigates the correlation between actual force versus perceived force and the effect of the person’s age and height on the force applied.
This project mainly deals with the study of particle impact erosion.
GoBabyGo on the Go
Developing GoBabyGo vehicles that can be taken on MOM trips.
10x10 Array of Stimulating Electrode
A senior design project focused on the development of a wearable electrode array to be used as a sensory substitution device.
Hockey Accuracy Training Aid
The team worked on creating a hockey training aid to increase a player’s accuracy.
Engineering Models for Demonstration
The goal of this project was to design two different models to be used for demonstrations in engineering classes. These models will help clarify important topics for students.