A Dual-Mode Human Computer Interface Combining Speech and Tongue Motion for People with Severe Disabilities

@article{Huo2013ADH,
  title={A Dual-Mode Human Computer Interface Combining Speech and Tongue Motion for People with Severe Disabilities},
  author={Xueliang Huo and Hangue Park and Jeonghee Kim and Maysam Ghovanloo},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={979-991}
}
We are presenting a new wireless and wearable human computer interface called the dual-mode Tongue Drive System (dTDS), which is designed to allow people with severe disabilities to use computers more effectively with increased speed, flexibility, usability, and independence through their tongue motion and speech. The dTDS detects users' tongue motion using a magnetic tracer and an array of magnetic sensors embedded in a compact and ergonomic wireless headset. It also captures the users' voice… CONTINUE READING

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