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Horne, Robert; Henderson, Martin; Kelly, Stephen W.
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Interfacing with conventional wheelchair input devices is a major challenge when it comes to patients with high levels of disability. This paper intends to report on the new method of wheelchair mobility interfacing using Resistopalatog- raphy. The technique proposed here is based around utilising the tongue as the controlling muscle group to input desired movement into a force sensitive sensing dental retainer. Using the position of the force, and force applied a direction and speed metric can be calculated emulating conventional joystick output data. The resistopalatography technique has been applied to other Human Machine Interfacing areas with success [1].
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    • [1] R.Horne, S.Kelly, P.Lee, G.Manley A Framework for Mouse Emulation that Uses a Minimally Invasive Tongue Palate Control Device utilizing Resistopalatography , IEEE HUMASCEND 2013
    • [2] A. Pajkanovic, B.Dokic Wheelchair control by head motion Serbian Journal of electrical engineering. Vol. 10, no.1
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