P10005: Balance Rehabilitation
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Staffing Requirements

Staffing
Name Discipline Role / Skills
Dr Beth DeBartolo ME Faculty Guide, Will work closely with the team on an on-going basis to facilitate success. Her relationship with the primary customer, JJ Mowder-Tinney, will benefit the project along with her previous experience advising other NSF Assistive device projects will also provide benifit to the project. She also will be a resource to determine if we are making the project computable to follow the road map and provide future lower level of difficulty projects to stem from this one.
Prof George Slack EE Faculty Consultant, Will provide discipline technical support on an intermediate basis. Using the experience from past game development project, he will provide insight on what things worked best in moving forward in the electrical components of the projects.
TBD CE Faculty Consultant, Will provide discipline technical support on an intermediate basis. Using the experience from past game development project, he will provide insight on what things worked best in moving forward in the electrical components of the projects.
Rochelle Perry IE Project Manager Student will Lead the project through each step of the design and development stages, determining that all deliverables are met. They will also be responsible for usability testing of the product, determining whether the product itself as well as the information relayed to the physical therapist for running the equipment meet usability standards.
Luke Holsen ME Student will interface the product with the user, and be responsible for determining how forces will be measured. They will also determine if the Forces applied by the patient are correctly being portrayed by the video-game.
Mike Davies ME Student will interface the product with the user, and be responsible for determining how forces will be measured. They will also determine if the Forces applied by the patient are correctly being portrayed by the video-game.
Jeff Hansley EE This student will be responsible for Student will be responsible for interfacing the micro controllers with the force reading device. They will determine the best sensors to capture accurate pressure and movements.
Andy CE Student will be responsible for creating a user interface to the patient, by providing stimulating video game based program to assist in rehabilitation. It is preferred the student have an interest in video gaming, as this will be a major aspect of the project.

Contact information and team availability is in a google document: Team Availability Team use only

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