How can you use haptic communication to make a radical shift in the way we communicate, teach and learn motor skills?
MSc. student Nihar Sabnis started his project as a part of his Master's thesis and wants to build a prototype to allow everyone to be able to communicate what movements they make. This can allow a physiotherapist to show what movements a patient should make or a surgeon to teach how to do a surgery. His idea is ambitious because the technique has the potential to make professional physiotherapy accessible to millions of people and teach sportsmen and watch makers how to make exactly the right movements.