With remote podcasting here to stay, you’ll want to make sure you have the perfect space for recording at our Podcast studio. It builds with those acoustic foam which reduces resonating frequencies within the space, increasing the quality of your audio recordings. let’s look for more equipment in this page!
The wetlab in Tam Wing Fan Innovation Wing is a state-of-the-art facility designed for conducting biomedical engineering experiments. It is equipped with specialized equipment and tools that allow researchers to study and analyze living organisms, cells, and biological molecules. The lab provides a controlled environment with specific conditions for conducting experiments related to biology and medicine. The facility is available to researchers and students from multiple disciplines, including biomedical engineering, biology, chemistry, and medicine, and offers a platform for interdisciplinary collaborations. The wetlab provides an opportunity for individuals to explore innovative approaches to solving complex biomedical challenges and making significant advancements in the field of biomedical engineering.
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- [Trained Members] Only trained members of Innovation Wing are welcome to use the Wet Lab to support their work.
- [Booking Required] Please do a booking before any usage of the facility.
- [With Technicians] Never use/operate this equipment/facility alone. Users should operate the equipment/facility with the presence, attention, and assistance of a technician.
Please check the schedule of Wet Lab in the following calendar:
IIIs for VIPs is an SIG collaborating with our supervisor Dr. Joseph Chan. It aims to provide a space where students can create inventions which help improve the daily lives of visually impaired persons (VIPs). We welcome students from engineering, medicine and interested students from other faculties.
Our SIG will support our members in finishing their projects until it becomes available for public use. Any project with the purpose of improving the activities of daily living for VIPs are welcome.
Event Hall, a versatile activity space located on the lower ground floor of our innovation center. With its large indoor area, the Event Hall is the perfect venue for hosting a wide range of activities, including talks, workshops, exhibitions, and events. Additionally, students can book the space to test their robotics, flying drones, and even hold initial courses. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and flexible seating arrangements, the Event Hall provides a dynamic and engaging environment to stimulate creativity and innovation. Whether you are looking to showcase your latest project or host an immersive learning experience, the Event Hall is the ideal space for your next big idea.
The VR Workshop, a cutting-edge space for exploring the exciting world of virtual reality. This workshop can provide an immersive experience for all users. We offer Oculus headsets for borrowing and Vive Index headsets for testing software, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the virtual environment. Our workshop is set up with advanced trackers and room-scale features to ensure an optimal experience and maximum comfort while experiencing VR technology. Whether you’re looking to explore new worlds, create innovative projects, or simply experience the latest in VR technology, the VR Workshop is the perfect place for you. Come and discover the endless potential of virtual reality in our workshop!
The Digital Project Studio in Tam Wing Fan Innovation Wing is a state-of-the-art facility designed for engineering experiments. It is equipped with next generation computer with software that allows researchers to study and analyze for their project. The facility is available to researchers and students from multiple disciplines and offers a platform for interdisciplinary collaborations.
Internet of things (IoT) has attracted huge attention because of its potential to connect things together with the cloud. Similarly, the Internet of Health (IoH) aims to enable real-time health evaluation of an individual or a group with advanced medical devices. This feat can be realized by developing tiny wearable biosensors that can be easily deployed on the human body to monitor health signals. This project develops next-generation wearable biosensors to allow digital healthcare. There are two main components. First, we develop skin-attachable biosensors which detect health signals including electrophysiological signals, temperature, and antibodies or glucose in the sweat. Second, we develop miniaturized sensor characterization systems to enable comfort wear for practical applications. The whole set can communicate the data wirelessly with other electronic devices. This will be one of the smallest wearable devices developed so far. Future research is being conducted by our group at the innovation wing now at HKU.