This input device would be used by individuals that suffered from a high spinal-cord injury but are fully functional from the neck up.
• Augmentative and Alternative Communication: assessment and intervention strategies, language representation techniques, outcomes, clinical and technical AAC research and
developments, funding issues, service delivery options.
• Computer Access and Use: innovation in software and hardware, training strategies,
Integration of computer technologies, alternative access, outcomes.
• Other technology that addresses computer-use and/or various types of communication impairments.
ShuffleSpeller supports accurate letter prediction for users with less-than-trustworthy access methods
This system allows its users to fully engage with their home’s physical characteristics.
Our project aims to design and implement a lightweight, portable, and reliable motion path tracking and analyzing device that is accurate enough for clinical use.
HEARD uses functional, reusable, and re-programmable RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) cards that trigger the playback of recorded speech associated with the card and its graphics.
We developed a battery powered Wi-Fi prototype which allows those who rely on AAC to easily and effectively communicate with caretakers, family members, or whomever.