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).
• Access to employment, education and home environments, ergonomics, farming and other rural interventions, EADL systems, universal design of products, places, & systems
Our mission is to design a low-cost, lightweight mechanical device that assists wheelchair users in opening a variety of doors.
Use of the Honeycomb Helper will allow workers with a wider range of disabilities to participate in a process that may otherwise exclude them, providing more economic opportunity.
The use of this magnetic closure halter will enable people with fine-motor deficiencies to put on their animals halters quickly, safely and securely.
The aim of this project is to increase the autonomy of women with hand tremors by developing a tool that would enable the application of facial makeup.
Andrew Cook, Brian Dolat, Adam Fabry, Peter Wagner ABSTRACT The focus of this project was to create a guitar fret actuation device, which could be attached to the neck of a wide variety of guitars, and play a significant number of songs, utilizing at most the top four frets of the guitar. The assistive technology […]