Augmented wheelchair effort shows admirable regard for independence

Motion sensors and smart navigation aren’t available for most mobility devices, however, one U.K. professor aims to change that with his AI-enabled wheelchairs. Dr. Konstantinos Sirlantzis, an Intelligent Systems senior lecturer at the University […] The post These AI Wheelchairs Can Detect Movement and Watch for Obstacles appeared first on Geek.com.

Augmented wheelchair effort shows admirable regard for independence

Real life in the public space is not exactly an elegant straight line. Ramps. Boxes. "Floor is Wet" signs. Store aisles calling for multiple right and left turns to reach shelves in pursuit. ...

Sun 10 Feb 19 from TechXplore

Modular AI Wheelchairs Can Watch for Obstacles, Incorporate Head Tracking

Researchers at Kent University are working to create AI-powered, computer vision-assisted wheelchairs as part of the next generation of assistive technology. The post Modular AI Wheelchairs ...

Thu 7 Feb 19 from Extremetech

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