LLEAP – Robotic Exoskeleton Project

Student Info

Are you ready to apply what classes have taught you and learn even more industry-standard skills to tackle a complex, real-world, engineering project?

Come join LLEAP!LLEAP is an interdisciplinary project to build a lower-limb, robotic exoskeleton for a local community member. This spring, we will continue constructing our preliminary simulated model of the exoskeleton for future prototyping and software testing.

What You Can Learn

  • Gazebo (simulation software)
  • Modeling Techniques (GUI, text format)
  • Applied Physics (Kinematics, Dynamics)
  • Robot Operating System (ROS: widely used robot software platform)

Who We Are Looking ForStudents with…

  • Self-motivation and an interest in simulations and graphics
  • Willingness to take ownership of tasks and initiative to push further
  • Enthusiasm to learn
  • Collaborative team spirit

If any of this sounds remotely interesting to you, there’s way more than we could possibly fit in one message! So, come to our weekly Thursday meetings @4:30pm (PT) starting 4/8 (https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/84703638643) or reach out to us at lleap.cp@gmail.com to learn more and start contributing to this impactful project!

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