Comparison of Wheelchair User Interfaces for the Paralysed: Head-Joystick vs. Verbal Path Selection from an offered Route-Set

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Within this work we compare two human-robot interfaces that enable handicapped people who may not move their arms and legs to steer an automated wheelchair. As a technically more ambitious solution we first propose a simple speech recognition system that enables the paralysed to select a path from a set of spatially meaningful solutions, that is… (More)

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