New software could be ‘universal controller’ for mobility equipment

New software could be ‘universal controller’ for mobility equipment

A team of students is developing a piece of software that would allow different devices to be controlled in a variety of different ways, such as via voice controls, joysticks, or eye tracking. 

The software, called Universal Controller, is designed to help people with different disabilities control things like wheelchairs in the way that best suits their specific needs. 

The team from Imperial College London have developed three prototype systems to demonstrate the Universal Controller.

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