Welcome to MIT Lincoln Laboratory's Sensorimotor Technology Realization in Immersive Virtual Environments (STRIVE) Center. The STRIVE Center promotes collaboration among the government, academic, and medical communities on key challenges in clinical rehabilitation, wearable technology development, and advanced operational training. The center’s flagship capability is the Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN), which enables the assessment of individuals’ biomechanical, physiological, and cognitive performance as they interact with a fully immersive virtual environment. The facility, approximately 4,000 square feet in size, is operated by the Human Health & Performance Systems Group as an asset available for use by researchers throughout the Laboratory and government to support programs spanning all major mission areas.
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Assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Impact of haptic cues and an active ankle exoskeleton on gait characteristics
Alternative cue and response modalities maintain the Simon effect but impact task performance
Individuals differ in muscle activation patterns during early adaptation to a powered ankle exoskeleton
The STRIVE Center integrates fully immersive virtual environments with state-of-the-art sensing capabilities to solve challenging operational problems and perform research that advances our understanding of human physical and cognitive performance.