Current Research Projects

Dr. Jeka receives US patent for TreadSense

Congratulations to Dr. John Jeka, Professor & Department Chair of Kinesiology for the recent patent awarded by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for his TreadSense product. TreadSense combines three technologies (a treadmill, a webcam, and computer modeling of the human body) into one device that provides feedback as to how an individual is moving. This device is incredibly helpful in rehabilitation settings, helping people to re-learn how to safely walk following an injury.

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TreadSense profiled by radio news station WTOP.

Dr. Jeka and some of his research team, Eric Anson, Peter Agada (both Kinesiology Graduate Students) and Joseph Owen (Undergraduate in Computer Science) were interviewed by a reporter from WTOP 103.5 FM radio about their Treadsense invention. It is currently installed at Washington Adventist...

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