Ogi is a research assistant in the BLINC Lab and ACE Lab. He is soon to graduate with a Bachelor of Science: Biological Sciences major, Psychology minor. He has diverse interests, from learning about how our brains and bodies work, to volunteering, martial arts, learning new languages and enjoying various outdoor activities. Ogi’s main passion and direction in life is making peoples’ lives easier and better, and that is why his ultimate goal is a career in medicine and health care.
He is currently working on the Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) project, using eye tracking and motion capture to evaluate and improve upper limb prostheses, under Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).