Mina v2 Exoskeleton for Mobility Assistance

IHMC Mina v2 Exoskeleton

Meet the Mina v2 Exoskeleton: a powered lower extremity exoskeleton that provides disabled and injured users mobility assistance. The first version of this robot featured “torque controllable actuators at the hip flexion/extension and knee flexion/extension and passive joints to allow for hip ab/adduction and hip internal/external rotation.”

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The powered joints are capable of variable impedance. The second version is currently being tested for Cybathlon.

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