Gonçalo Piedade

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This paper describes the first user trials results of an integrated augmented manipulation and communication robotic assistive technology to enable children with disabilities to actively participate, along with their typically developing peers, in academic activities requiring the manipulation of educational items. Five children with different degrees of(More)
PURPOSE This paper describes the development and test of physical and virtual integrated augmentative manipulation and communication assistive technologies (IAMCATs) that enable children with motor and speech impairments to manipulate educational items by controlling a robot with a gripper, while communicating through a speech generating device. METHOD(More)
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