Using their love of engineering and technology, a Northeastern student group has spent the last two years developing products that will make the lives of Massachusetts residents living with disabilities easier.
Enabling Engineering, which became an official student organization a year ago, grew out of a Northeastern senior capstone project that won the electrical and computer engineering competition in 2012. The winning project was dubbed iCRAFT and featured a robotic feeding arm controlled by the user’s eye. Students said the capstone served as a strong example of how engineering can assist people in need and helped launch the group.
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