RESNA 2020 will be a virtual conference on September 23 and 24. More information will be available soon Information on submitting proposals to the 2020 RESNA Student Design Challenge is available here. Additional supports for students making submissions are available here.
Author Archive | David McNaughton
This project uses a well-known game engine, “Unity”, to design an interesting emotion recognition game for children with ASD to improve their emotion recognition ability
The Touch Mug will provide assistance for those who are blind so that they can pour water effectively and feel the temperature of the water by touching thin heat zone.
RESNA 2019 will join RehabWeek 2019 in Toronto, Canada, from June 24 – 28, 2019
An interactive program that prompts the student about his need to use the bathroom and alerts the teacher when he indicates that he needs to go.
There were over 70 submissions to the RESNA Student Design Competition, and tÜthbrush was awarded first prize
tÜthbrush (University of Central Florida) wins first prize in 2017 RESNA Student Design Competition, and was named as the TREAT award winner
ChairStairs, an assistive technology device for independent wheelchair-to-ground transfers
A software tool to evaluate efficiency of access
Fernando Quivira and Matt Higger won the 2017 RERC on AAC award for Shuffle Speller