#ifihadglass I would use the eye tracking technology described in US patent 8,235,529 to implement a Masters robotics lab project’s alternative mechanism for quadriplegic and other disabled persons to control their powered wheelchairs (start/stop, speed, turning) while displaying real-time feedback about their surroundings (dangers, obstacles, suggested routes).
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- super super cool Steve! #ifihadglass I'd give it to to work on this life changing project.Mar 13, 2013
- Popular Science picked up the story too!! http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-03/could-google-glass-allow-people-move-wheelchairs-their-eyesMar 14, 2013
- Hi Steve, thanks for applying! We’d like to invite you to join our #glassexplorers program. We’ll be sending you a private message with more details in the coming weeks -- keep an eye on our stream at Project Glass.Mar 27, 2013
- Congrats Steve! I'm looking forward to seeing what you can do!Mar 27, 2013
- I've put up an IndieGoGo campaign to get some recognition and funding for my Eye-Controlled Wheelchair project. I would love it if everyone shared this and helped spread the word. Thanks, everyone. Let's make this happen!
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/google-glass-eye-control-app-for-wheelchairsApr 9, 2013
- United Cerebral Palsy's Life Labs group has thrown their support behind my Eye-Controlled Wheelchair project. I'm really exited to work with them on this project. I've written a blog post about the project for their blog. Take a look. #ifihadglass #unitedcerebalpalsy #lifelabs #glassexplorers
http://lifelabs.ucp.org/ucp-life-labs-throws-support-behind-google-glass-eye-control-app-for-wheelchairs/Apr 9, 2013