Cybathlon 2020 Global Edition
BBC Click - "Assistive tech helps paralysed man cycle competitively"
BBC Arabic Service - Interview with Professor Aldo Faisal and Mr Mahendran Subramanian
CNN International - "Cybathlon tournament showcases life-changing tech for people with disabilities"
Imperial Podcast - "Child health, Bionic Olympics, and a better Christmas dinner"
The Star - Robot man reaches for gold in 'Bionic Olympics'
Watch the video (subscription only) on the Financial Times website about Team Imperial.
Athletes compete in first cybathlon championship
The first ever 'bionic Olympics' has taken place in Switzerland
The first ever 'bionic Olympics' has taken place in Switzerland. Saturday’s cybathlon brought together teams of pilots and scientists from over 20 nations. The aim is to improve technology for disabled people across the globe.
Final of the exoskeleton race at Cybathlon 2016
Incredibly impressive and touching what paralysed people can do thanks to exoskeleton technology
It's not yet the excitement level of football but it's incredibly impressive and touching what paralysed people can do thanks to exoskeleton technology. Makes you realize how complex moving around really is. The winning technology is from a company called www.rewalk.com
Controlling a robot arm with eye commands to paint a simple picture
Team Imperial Engineers have developed computer software that enables the user to control a robot arm with eye commands to paint a simple picture
Sophie Morgan presents a film for BBC's The One Show about the eye controlled wheelchair
Sophie Morgan presents a film for BBC's The One Show about the eye controlled wheelchair designed by members of Team Imperial