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Scientists Develop Eyetracking Wheelchair for Severely Disabledi
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July 03, 2014 6:30 AM
Scientists in London are working to develop a wheelchair that can be maneuvered simply by looking in the direction in which the user wishes to travel. If the project succeeds, relatively inexpensive software could be used to provide better mobility to paralyzed people and people without arms. Zlatica Hoke reports.

Scientists Develop Eyetracking Wheelchair for Severely Disabled

Published July 03, 2014

Scientists in London are working to develop a wheelchair that can be maneuvered simply by looking in the direction in which the user wishes to travel. If the project succeeds, relatively inexpensive software could be used to provide better mobility to paralyzed people and people without arms. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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