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 Hospital in Silver Spring, with whom they have an agreement to use (beta-test) the device with patients in their physical therapy clinic. The device is used to help those with poor balance control by providing augmented sensory information while walking on a treadmill.

“She came here with a walker, and now she’s using a cane”

ABC Channel 8 featured TreadSense: “UMd. team changes lives with treadmill and a webcam”. The interview will be broadcast on Monday morning June 25 on the Health Watch program (11:35a.m.) and will be posted on the web.   Full Article and Video  

Thanks to Eric Anson, Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital, and our subjects for their participation in the shoot.