This project focused on designing and developing interfaces that can be used in later user studies.
• Access to employment, education and home environments, ergonomics, farming and other rural interventions, EADL systems, universal design of products, places, & systems
We designed and developed a device and a workflow that enables clients to perform one of their tasks (capping tin boxes) at a faster rate with higher accuracy, thus providing stability in their employment.
It was our goal to work with our client to develop a way for him to resume his favorite hobby and regain back part of his life.
An adjustable grab bar to improve the confidence of individuals with disabilities when using the washroom and to reduce the number of shut-ins in the community
The main goal of this project was to create a ramp that can be easily moved out of the way when not in use, and will allow a home to become safely accessible for people who use wheelchairs.
We developed and tested a motor-activated wrist orthotic system, the WristSense, which uses a two-tier gesture recognition approach to assist individuals with SCIs to perform a larger range of Activities of Daily Living (ADL).