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SMARTLab (01:03)

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A University College Dublin research facility uses smart technology to create tools that assist people with disabilities to communicate more freely.

Eye Gaze Technology (03:21)

PhD student and cerebral palsy patient Sapna communicates by controlling a computer program through sight. Cameras track her eye movements that function as a mouse.

SMARTLab Jam Session (03:24)

Disabled participants use Eye Gaze Technology to play music for the first time.

Advancing Communication Technology (01:12)

Eye Gaze technology enables people with disabilities to express themselves freely. SMARTLab researchers also hope the gaming industry will adopt it to lower costs.

Credits: New Advances in Communications Technology for People with Disabilities at SMARTlab: The Science Squad (00:04)

Credits: New Advances in Communications Technology for People with Disabilities at SMARTlab: The Science Squad

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New Advances in Communications Technology for People with Disabilities at SMARTlab: The Science Squad


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This Science Squad episode looks at technology being developed by UCD’s SMARTLab Research Facility enabling disabled people who have lost or have limited use of speech and/or their limbs to use their eyes to speak and perform tasks such as playing music or operating computers.

Length: 10 minutes

Item#: BVL58191

Copyright date: ©2012

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