Meet Our Wearable Devices
Caplex Wearable Devices are exceptionally lightweight, high-performance, and versatile thanks to years of careful engineering and their leveraging of off-board actuation and control systems. All of our Wearable Devices are modular, to accommodate users with varying body dimensions and range of motion, and interchangeable to streamline experimental protocols and use in multi-investigator environments. Our Wearable Devices are designed to control single joints, with one or more degrees of freedom and/or actuation. Multiple devices can be combined to affect multiple joints.
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Our prosthetic ankle devices interface with the body using industry-standard pyramid adapters and provide robotically-controlled keel/forefoot behavior. They feature adjustable heel stiffness as well as adjustable forefoot length and device mass. Suitable for use in laboratories studying emulation test-drive paradigms, developing robotic control strategies, and more.
Our ankle exoskeleton devices integrate with standard footwear, attach to the shank using a comfortable strap, and provide robotically-controlled ankle torque. They can accommodate users of any body size. Suitable for use in laboratories studying neuromuscular biomechanics, developing robotic control strategies, and more.
Our hip exoskeleton provides robotically-controlled hip flexion and extension, with comfortable hip and thigh straps, and passive degrees of freedom for adduction and abduction. It can accommodate a wide range of user body sizes. Suitable for use in laboratories studying neuromuscular biomechanics, developing robotic control strategies, and more.