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In-home and remote use of robotic body surrogates by people with profound motor deficits
(PLOS One, 2019-03)
By controlling robots comparable to the human body, people with profound motor deficits could potentially perform a variety of physical tasks for themselves, improving their quality of life. The extent to which this is ...
Multidimensional Capacitive Sensing for Robot-Assisted Dressing and Bathing
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-05-24)
Robotic assistance presents an opportunity to beneﬁt the lives of many people with physical disabilities, yet accurately sensing the human body and tracking human motion remain difﬁcult for robots. We present a multidimensional ...