Learn More at the RAMlab website
Winner of the 2015 Prize for the Contributions in Soft Robotics Research (Soft Robotics Toolkit, see contribution)
Felt, W., Chin, K.Y., and Remy, C.D., 2015, “Contraction Sensing with Smart Braid McKibben Muscles”, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, PP(99):1 [URL]
Felt, W., Suen, M., and Remy, C.D., 2016, “Sensing the Motion of Bellows through Changes in Mutual Inductance”, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IROS, Daejeon, South Korea [URL]
Felt, Wyatt and Remy, C.D., 2014, ” Smart Braid: Air Muscles that Measure Force and Displacement”, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IROS, Chicago, IL [URL]
Currently collaborating with Pneubotics
This seemingly “magic” pendulum works by generating a cyclic Lorentz force on a swinging magnet.
In this work, I pioneered the use of real-time measurements of metabolic cost to drive the online optimization of human assistance devices.
Learn More at PLOS ONE
- Felt, W., Selinger, J., Donelan, J.M., and Remy, C.D., 2015, “”Body-In-The-Loop”: Optimizing Device Parameters Using Measures of Instantaneous Energetic Cost”, PLOS ONE, 10(8):e0135342 [URL]
Conference Presentations and Posters
- Felt, W., Gardinier, E.S., Wensman, J., Gates, D.H., and Remy, C.D., 2015, “Body-in-the-Loop Optimization for the Selection of Prosthetic Control Parameters–A Pilot Study”, American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting [preprint]
Felt, W., Selinger, J., Donelan, J.M., and Remy, C.D., 2014, ” Body-in-the-Loop — Optimizing Actual Human Walking”, Dynamic Walking [preprint]
Gardinier, E.S., Felt, W., Wensman, J., Remy, C.D., and Gates, D.H., 2015, “Compensations Exist in Persons with Transtibial Ampuatation using Powered Ankle Prosthesis”, American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting [preprint]
Davidson, A., Gardinier, E.S., Felt, W., Wensman, J., Remy, C.D., and Gates, D.H., 2015, “Changes in Metabolic Cost with Varying Power Settings of a Powered Ankle Prosthesis”, American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting [preprint]
Over the course of my senior year at BYU, I worked as Head of Product Development for Owlet Baby Monitors, a company I helped found. There, I led a team of engineers and designers working to help prevent SIDS through the empowerment of parents.
Our small team won numerous awards including 1st place in the BYU Student Innovator of the Year competition and 1st place in the International Business Model Competition
1211-20 3741211-20 ACET ConferenceStudent Innovator of the Year CompetitionAdvancement Council for Engineering and TechnologyNovember 8,2012Jaren Wilkey/BYU© BYU PHOTO 2012All Rights Reservedphoto@byu.edu (801)422-7322
2012-13 Academic Year
I took the unusual step of proposing my own senior design project for my BS degree. The idea we had was to design a device to relieve pressure from the soles of patients with Pachyonychia Congenita (PC), a rare skin condition. Thanks to the support of PC Project and BYU, our team was able to identify a commercially available brace that we adapted for PC.
Learn more about the project at BYU Capstone.
Learn more about our solution at Instructables.com.