Thursday, June 8, 2023

Tag: Computers

Yes, ITKAN: Change IT expectations

Abusiness model that empowers leaders, develops teamwork and promotes a strategic vision is part of a Chicago technology group’s efforts to network, update members’...

Computing for a Cause: UB’s Geeks Help Disabled Veterans Talk, Surf the Web, Gain...

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Computer science might not be the obvious major for students looking to change the world. But two teams of University at...

GameBase

The SpecialEffect Charity, which runs the GameBase, began as a result of an award winning Ace Centre Project. SpecialEffect is dedicated to helping ALL young...

EnableMart

The EnableMart mission is to market, promote, and distribute innovative technology-based products and services that promote independence, enhance productivity, and change the lives of...

Nosing Your Way Around

Reasearchers in Israel have developed an electronic controller that allows severely disabled people to control their wheelchairs or computers with a simple sniff of...

Discovery could help treat spinal injuries

U of A researchers uncover trigger that causes muscles to move without signal from brain EDMONTON - Research led by a pair of University of...

Telerehabilitation with ReJoyce and FES

Ginny, who has a spinal cord injury, uses ReJoyce in combination with a hand stimulator.

My Breath My Music

The Magic Flute, a wind instrument which allows you to play music with head movement. The Magic Flute was originally designed as an adaptive...

Brain-computer interface begins new clinical trial for paralysis

BOSTON Scientists at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have initiated the BrainGate2 pilot clinical trial to expand restorative neurotechnology research for some patients with...

Wearable robotic suit could help disabled to walk

Cyborg-type exoskeleton for use after strokes, spinal cord injuries A Japanese company has created a robotic exoskeleton that is designed to help make disabled people...