Boris Moriniere

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EMY (Enhancing MobilitY) is an exoskeleton dedicated to the evaluation of Brain Machine Interface during clinical trials. This paper presents the first version of EMY restricted to upper limbs with four actuated joints per arm. Since an evaluation of a BMI controlled exoskeleton by a disabled person requires clinical trials, a risk management process should(More)
The goal of the CLINATEC<sup>&#x00AE;</sup> Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Project is to improve tetraplegic subjects' quality of life by allowing them to interact with their environment through the control of effectors, such as an exoskeleton. The BCI platform is based on a wireless 64-channel ElectroCorticoGram (ECoG) recording implant(More)
The goal of the CLINATEC® Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Project is to improve tetraplegic subjects' quality of life by allowing them to interact with their environment through the control of effectors, such as an exoskeleton. The BCI platform is based on a wireless 64-channel ElectroCorticoGram (ECoG) recording implant WIMAGINE®, designed for long-term(More)
Motor torque control is a key feature in force centered robotic applications such as haptics, force amplification and telemanipulation with force feedback. Most of the actually applied control schemes for this type of applications are based on 3 levels cascade control: high level force/torque loop, inner velocity loop, inner current loop. The two inner(More)
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