Henrik Vie Christensen

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This work describes a novel fully integrated inductive tongue computer interface for disabled people. The interface consists of an oral unit placed in the mouth, including inductive sensors, related electronics, a system for wireless transmission and a rechargeable battery. The system is activated using an activation unit placed on the tongue, and(More)
This paper presents a new human-machine interface for controlling a wheelchair by head movements. The position of the head is determined by use of infrared sensors, with no parts attached to the head of the user. The placement of the infrared sensors are behind the head of the user, so that the field of view is not limited. Tests on a wheelchair have shown(More)
Experimental results for pointing tasks using a tongue control system are reported in this paper. Ten untrained subjects participated in the experiment. Both typing and pointing tasks were performed, in three short-term training sessions, in consecutive days, by each subject. The system provided a key pad (14 sensors) and a mouse pad (10 sensors with(More)
Typing performance of a full alphabet keyboard and a joystick type of mouse (with on-screen keyboard) provided by a wireless integrated tongue control system (TCS) has been investigated. The speed and accuracy have been measured in a form of a throughput defining the true correct words per minute [cwpm]. Training character sequences were typed in a(More)
A sensor using infrared emitter/receiver pairs to determine the position of a passive object is presented. An array with a small number of infrared emitter/receiver pairs is proposed as the sensing part to acquire information on the object position. The emitters illuminate the object and the intensity of the light reflected by the object is measured by the(More)
A sensor using infrared emitter/receiver pairs to determine the position of a passive object is presented. An array with a small number of infrared emitter/receiver pairs are proposed as sensing part to acquire information on the object position. The emitters illuminates the object and the intensity of the light reflected by the object is measured by the(More)
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