MATIA Robotics has a new video up for their TEK RMD (Robotic Mobilization Device) demoing the latest iteration of their standing, back-loading powerchair.
“Two visually impaired users test OpenGlass’ Question-Answering and Memento (real-time annotation of scenes/objects). Prior to what is shown, they had an hour of initial testing and hadn’t used Glass previously.”
The Tobii REX is an exciting new eye tracking peripheral that brings eye-tracking control to any Windows 8-powered computer
UK-based researchers performed a study with children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) that shows favorable therapeutic results when using the Nintendo Wii gaming system and it’s motion-based Wii Fit control as part of their therapy.
The Ulu knife is a traditional Eskimo knife with a unique design that features a handle above a curved blade. The benefit is that it allows for much easier cutting and chopping in the kitchen particularly for people with limited hand dexterity and weak hand and arm muscles. It’d be great tool for people with [...]
I recently purchased a Sure Hands HM2500 series unit off of craigslist to help my Mom use the bath tub. This is a writeup of how my Dad and I installed the lift.
Daily chores can be more difficult for people with neurological impairments caused by Multiple Sclerosis or a stroke for instance. One of those chores is preparing food in the kitchen with a knife. This product, the Cutting Board With Pivot Knife, makes it easier to use a knife and cut up or chop food by positioning [...]
The Kickstart is a spring-actuated (no batteries required!) exoskeleton-like orthotic that helps users with lower limb disability walk. It’s made by company called Cadence Biomedical.