Device gives students with limited mobility control over tablets

12/11/2012 | Engadget

Georgia Tech engineers have created a device, called Access4Kids, to help students whose disabilities prevent them from performing the pinching and swiping motions needed to access most tablet computers. The device straps to an individual's arm or wheelchair and uses a sensor system to translate users' movements.

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