The Doodle Bug Writing Aid is a small, inexpensive device that is simple to use to help those with hand injuries, congenital malformations, or arthritis hold a pen or pencil in order to write independently.
Ethan Leng, Mihir Mongia, Charles Park, Tiffany Varughese, and Andrew Wu (Rice University) designed a low-cost, multi-sensor device for detection of epileptic seizures.
This project was initiated to develop an adult active manual wheelchair compatible with the social, physical and economic conditions that currently characterize the situation in the growing semi-urban environments in developing countries. The new wheelchair design should promote an increase of independency and ultimately social integration of wheelchair riders in this context.
Our client, Abbie, is a 5-year-old kindergarten student who, as a result of CP, struggles with the fine motor movement required to use her iPad for communication. Our project’s goal is to provide Abbie with the fundamental support and control needed to operate an iPad more effectively.
During this project we aim to create a product, which will aid the patients with dementia by helping them to organise items essential for day-to-day life. The benefit we hope they will gain from this is the elimination of distress caused from confusion in term making the lives of the caregiver and receiver easier.
Stratton Haywood, Sanjog KC, Keshab Sapkota, and Daniel Bankard designed a proportional head array drive control for people who have quadriplegia.