With this photo you can see the primary menu screen for the Connecthetics app; from here patients will be able to access the key features of our app including the Chat with a Clinician, Video Tutorials, and Maps pages.
Video Trimming in EasyVSD
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.
ShuffleSpeller supports accurate letter prediction for users with less-than-trustworthy access methods
This system allows its users to fully engage with their home’s physical characteristics.
Our project aims to design and implement a lightweight, portable, and reliable motion path tracking and analyzing device that is accurate enough for clinical use.
HEARD uses functional, reusable, and re-programmable RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) cards that trigger the playback of recorded speech associated with the card and its graphics.
We developed a battery powered Wi-Fi prototype which allows those who rely on AAC to easily and effectively communicate with caretakers, family members, or whomever.
The users will be able to intuitively switch between both tracking methods and utilize a wide range of gestures to interface with the computer.
Our team was tasked with designing and building a prototype harness to hold an electrolarynx for hospital patients who had recently undergone a laryngectomy and specifically had issues with fine motor control which made normal operation of the electrolarynx very difficult for them.