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1998
Springer

Wheelesley: A Robotic Wheelchair System: Indoor Navigation and User Interface

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Wheelesley: A Robotic Wheelchair System: Indoor Navigation and User Interface
Many people who use wheelchairs are unable to control a powered wheelchair with the standard joystick interface. A robotic wheelchair can provide users with driving assistance, taking over low level navigation to allow its user to travel efficiently and with greater ease. Our robotic wheelchair system, Wheelesley, consists of a standard powered wheelchair with an on-board computer, sensors and a graphical user interface running on a notebook computer. This paper describes the indoor navigation system and a user interface that can be easily customized for a user's abilities.
Holly A. Yanco
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ASSISTIVE
Authors Holly A. Yanco
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