[Harvard University- Lecture] Human-centric Design of Disruptive Wearable Robotic Technology 以人为中心的颠覆性可穿戴机器人设计

Prof. Conor Walsh gave lecture about the Human-centric Design of Disruptive Wearable Robotic Technology on Nov.6, 2018 at Harvard University Tozzer Library.

Conor Walsh教授于2018年11月6日在哈佛大学Tozzer图书馆作了关于以人为中心的颠覆性可穿戴机器人设计的报告。


The professor is dedicated to integrating researchers from different backgrounds, such as engineering, industrial design, apparel, clinical and commercial communities, to develop new disruptive robotics to enhance human performance.


Human-centered design is a design and management framework that develops solutions to problems by involving the human perspective in all steps of the problem-solving process [1]. It typically takes place in observing the problem within context, brainstorming, conceptualizing, developing, and implementing the solution. He highlighted the importance of finding and defining problems in different fields. We should have an in-depth understanding of the actual needs of the elderly. First, we should divergent thinking to get as many potential ideas as possible. Then converge on thinking to finally determine the practical and important ideas.


The professor presented the advanced researches of the laboratory and analyzed the human-centered design process. Finally, the professor answered questions for classmates.


Specker: Prof. Conor Walsh, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

主讲人:Conor Walsh教授,哈佛大学宝尔森工程与应用科学学院,工程和应用科学副教授

Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human-centered_design

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