The wireless sleeve will help disabled people to master touch technologies

The wireless sleeve will help disabled people to master touch technologies

Emergence of touch tablets marked itself a new computing era and revision of our relations with devices. But, unfortunately, all forgot about disabled people who have no physical possibility to start the iPhone applications a finger. The new decision will help people to master the world of touch technologies with limited possibilities.

So-called "sleeve" was developed by the professor of university of electrical equipment and computing electronics in Georgia Ayannna Howard (Ayanna Howard) and graduate He There Park (Hae Won Park) and Access4Kids is called. This sleeve is connected in a wireless way to a tablet and allows the child to use the hands for work with a tablet. The sleeve is very simply arranged and equipped with sensitive sensors which turn any physical movements of the child (whether it be hands, wrists, elbows or the head) into usual gestures which associate with manipulations on the screen of the touch device.

Such decision will help children with muscular dystrophy, cerebral spastic infantile paralysis and other neurologic frustration. By the way, not so long ago we wrote about the robotized hand which directly copes a human brain.

Source: dvice.com

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