RoboDesk motorized wheelchair tray puts mobile devices front and center

By August 17, 2013Uncategorized

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A researcher at Purdue University has developed a motorized wheelchair tray that is designed to make it easier for wheelchair users to

access mobile devices…


Diana Petschauer‘s insight:

“The RoboDesk was developed by Brad Duerstock, an associate professor of engineering practice in Purdue’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and School of Industrial Engineering, who hopes it will make it easier for wheelchair users to study so as to increase their employment opportunities.”

Assistive Technology-Leveling the Playing Field and providing equal opportunities! The video shows the tray in action.

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