Kim and Mikesell presented a ‘Hodu: “Zero Failure” Physical Therapy System.’ It is a physical therapy device inspired by Korean traditional medicine in which a person holds two walnuts in a hand, tight and loose alternately, to reduce stress and pain. They have designed the system to allow easier collection of patient recuperation data.

The Hodu system looks like a small dumbbell, designed to strengthen the grasping power of a hand. It is equipped with a pressure sensor showing three different LED colors.

MIT Media lab submitted T Relief: A computer interface that enables direct interactive experience with geospatial datasets by rendering them as three-dimensional physical shapes augmented with projected graphics.

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