Human Machine Interaction Using Hybrid Biological Signals: Next step of powered wheelchair controller

Human Machine Interaction Using Hybrid Biological Signals: Next step of powered wheelchair controller

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In the last decade, digital revolution has improved the living standard of people in cities and urban areas. The project is part of the effort to improve the quality of life for the elderly, quadriplegic, and individuals with muscle degeneration condition. The author has tried to merge robotic techniques with powered wheelchair systems that can assist them in their daily life and provide mobility. This project tries to merge man with the machine in a minimalistic way, and to provide safer control at the same time. In this book, the author describes the software, hardware, and the challenge faced during the implementation of the project.Rigid chairs are preferred by active users as they have less moving parts and are light in weight. Foldable chairs are easy for storage ... Mobility scooters have longer length, which limits their turning radius in smaller lanes. a€c It has a low groundanbsp;...


Title:Human Machine Interaction Using Hybrid Biological Signals: Next step of powered wheelchair controller
Author:Pankaj Kadam
Publisher:Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag) - 2014-02-01
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