Evaluation of tooth-click triggering and speech recognition in assistive technology for computer access.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Computer access can play an important role in employment and leisure activities following spinal cord injury. The authors' prior work has shown that a tooth-click detecting device, when paired with an optical head mouse, may be used by people with tetraplegia for controlling cursor movement and mouse button clicks. OBJECTIVE To compare the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1545968309341647

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