Book Name: Human-Computer Interface Technologies for the Motor Impaired
Author: Dinesh K. Kumar
Publisher: CRC Press
File size: 8.25 MB
File format: PDF
Human-Computer Interface Technologies for the Motor Impaired Pdf Book Description:
Human-Computer Interface Technologies for the Motor Impaired assesses both technical and social facets of human computer interface (HCI). Composed by world-class academic specialists dedicated to improving HCI technology for individuals with disabilities, this comprehensive publication explores the most recent research, and provides insight into the present constraints of this discipline. It presents the idea of HCI, explains and explains the principles connected with a particular technologies of HCI, and provides examples for each. Additionally, it highlights and lists the various modalities (speech, video, mechanical, myoelectric, electro-oculogram, and brain-waves) which can be found, and also discusses their related applications.
Easily and easily understood by investigators, engineers, clinicians, and also the frequent layperson, the book refers to numerous HCI technology which range from easy modification of their mouse and joystick into a mind –computer interface (BCI) that employs the electric recording of their brain activity of this consumer. The text includes illustrations or photographs for every device, in addition to references at the end of each chapter for additional study.
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