Contributing Organizations

Stuart Turner, Robots and Cake!

In his own words, Stuart Turner is a “Geek. Quadriplegic. Software tester.” He’s the founder of Robots and Cake and has been involved with Robots for Humanity in a number of ways, including providing feedback about remotely operated web-based robots to Prof. Chad Jenkins’s lab at Brown. This has included flying a Parrot AR drone that was 3000 miles away!

Go to robotsandcake.org to learn more!

 

23 Jun 2014

Georgia Tech receives major grant that will help support R4H

GT | News Center :: Georgia Tech researchers study aging with disabilities.

30 Oct 2013

Henry Evans Blog

Over the better part of a year, Henry Evans wrote an extensive blog with his head about his experience in the early days after his stroke:

hevans: June 2006.

24 Oct 2013

Willow Garage

Robots for Humanity: The PR2 as Assistive Robot | Willow Garage.

24 Oct 2013

Healthcare Robotics Lab – Home

Healthcare Robotics Lab – Home.

24 Oct 2013

Brown University Robotics

Chad Jenkins from Brown University Robotics has been working extensively with Henry Evans through the Quad Rotors for Humanity project.

24 Oct 2013

Savioke

Savioke is a new robotics company dedicated to creating robots to help people. Savioke.com

24 Oct 2013

Henry’s Classmates from the 1991 Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB ’91)

Upon learning of Henry’s condition, GSB ’91 funded the initial Henry Evans Caregiver Fund, without which he could not participate in Robots for Humanity. An early presentation made for a Class Reunion follows:

21 Oct 2013

Oregon State University MIME lab

William D. ("Bill") Smart | Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering | Oregon State University.

20 Oct 2013

▶ KCRW on Henry and Jane’s Fighting Walrus Collaboration

KCRW Strangers Episode: "Henry and Jane" – Henry flying drones with Fighting Walrus – YouTube.

20 Jul 2013