We present a novel brain computer interface, the IpsiHand, which combines advances in neurophysiology, electronics, and rehabilitation.
This study presents the development and evaluation of a vocal cord vibration switch as a communication access pathway. The switch uses vocal cord vibrations as an input to activate a switch, which produced an output in a computer, communication device, or environmental control.
Cheng-Shiu Chung, Jui-Te Lin, Maria L. Toro, Nahom M. Beyene, Yasmin Garcia (University of Pittsburgh) Design, fabrication, and evaluation of an adjustable throwing frame to accommodate seated throwing athletes.
Nathan Armstrong, Matt Carlson, Nathan Ip, Sunho Baik, Kenneth Roggow, Fred Tsai, Jared Van Dam (University of Wisconsin-Madison) investigated and designed alternative solutions for powered wheelchair systems.
Andrea Salus, Ibrahim Bengali, Stephen Formosa and Andrew Griesemer (Northwestern University) designed a stabilization glove to assist a man suffering from ataxia with typing.
Ian Gong, Jing Guo, Michael Kotecki, and David Tainter (Duke University) designed a universally accessible contact cement applicator for people with disabilities at OE Enterprises.
Melissa Hyland, Shu-Hyun Jang, Andrea Shin, Nancy van Loenen (University of Toronto), and William de Wit (University of Guelph) designed a manual page turning device to enable independence in reading.