Alan Tepe - Mechanical Engineering
Joel Hanson - Electrical Engineering
Jeri Angelo - Chemistry
In order to sustain life bio-potentials must be maintained throughout the body. These potentials are maintained through continual consumption of energy. A bio-potential allows for signals to send information throughout the body. These signals are important to the function of body systems.
This project explores the recording of bio-potentials in the bicep muscle. A CleveMed BioRadio is used as an electroencephalogram (EEG) to measure the electrical response of the muscle as it lifts a fixed weight.