Robotic Assitive Technology
Gui DeSouza and
ViGIR Lab's Robotic Assistive Technology in the College
We have been exploring many applications of robotics, robotic vision,
pattern recognition, etc. for Assistive Technology. Some of this
research is also being conducted as assignments in my graduate level
classes, or as undergraduate research, such as Capstone Projects
(senior undergrads) and Engineering Projects (junior undergrads).
Darren Gabbert (with help from Erin McGruder and Brennan Hobart) have produced a very nice
summary of this research in the form of a
poster. Darren is presenting this poster at the
2010 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference.
Below, I reproduce some parts of the poster for a quick reference.
D. Gabbert, H. W. Tyrer, and G. N. DeSouza,
Robotics and Assistive Technology:
A Win-Win Scenario",
Poster presentation at EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional
Conference, June/2010, Atlanta, USA