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Mechanical metamaterials can achieve unusual material properties that cannot be captured in standard materials, such as negative Poisson's ratio. In this short work, I wanted to show, different kinds of metamaterial designs and their instabilities under mechanical loadings.


In this ongoing project custom made soft resistive sensor is being developed with the aid of conductive carbon ink in the microchannels. The sensor is designed as wearable and to conform to finger motion. In addition to hardware development, the Unity interface will be developed and tested as well as characterization of the conductive ink traces.

In this project custom made soft resistive sensor is developed with the aid of conductive carbon ink in the sensor channels. In addition, complete C# code is developed in the Unity physics engine to make a more robust hardware-software interface.

A simple demonstration of flex sensor-based soft glove into Unity & ESP32 (controller) interface. The Oculus hand model is manually adjusted, and the new C# code is integrated into the model. Bluetooth data transfer is used.


In this project, a soft sensor and sensitive to bending motion is developed with liquid silicone casting into the 3D printed molds. Conductive carbon ink is used in the bending channels. Unity physics engine is used, and custom C# code is developed to physically simulate the body on computer.


In this project stimuli-responsive (heat) polymer is used to design self movable origami structures. To classify and create the concept design of the origami’s Rhino/Grasshopper computational design software is used. All the parts are manufactured with off-the-shelf PLA with a low-cost 3D printer.


The first stage of the development of a bio-printer. In this Project, the first component needed to design a bio-printer which is a syringe pump is developed. Moreover, easy to use user interface is created in LabVIEW software which can control the volume and speed of the fluid.


Here is an open-source and low-cost peristaltic pump project for soft robotic, micro-fluidic applications and bio-applications. For this project 4 3D print part is required, no support with PLA, tolerances are already arranged in design files. Arduino script is based on continuous rotation and can be modified for different speeds/directions.


Here is the proposal of workflow to fabricate flexible circuits. What makes the difference in this workflow from the other printed circuits is that a simple SLA/LCD printer is used to mask the circuit traces. From beginning to end, this workflow takes 45-60 min to finish a circuit.

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