The study of wearables and assistance technology has expanded rapidly in recent years. We reported on a Canadian university that was offering werables for sports medicine.
On a related note, the University of Victoria in Melbourne Australia has unique offerings within the sports engineering degree.
The university offers a degree in sports engineering that combines sports and engineering. Courses combine electrical and mechanical engineering with an added element of biomechanics and technology for human applications. The results from the course could lead to future research, prototypes and/or talent that is highly focused on wearables robotics for sports engineering.
Check out the feature article from a former grad of the program.
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