The ASPICE Project: Inclusive design for the motor disabled

F. Aloise, F. Cincotti, F. Babiloni, M. G. Marciani, D. Morelli, S. Paolucci, G. Oriolo, A. Cherubini, F. Sciarra, F. Mangiola, A. Melpignano, F. Davide, D. Mattia

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Abstract

The ASPICE project aims at the development of a system which allows the neuromotor disabled persons to improve or recover their mobility (directly or by emulation) and communication within the surrounding environment. The system pivots around a software controller running on a personal computer, which offers a proper interface to communicate through input interfaces matched with the individual's residual abilities. This system links to the concept of user-centered interface promoted by human-computer interaction researchers. Each person has a "singular disability", thus the system must provide the possibility to use an adaptive interface customized to their own ability and requirements, which stem from contingent factors or simple preferences, depending on the user and his or her life stage, task, and environment. At this time, the system is under clinical validation, that will provide assessment through patients' feedback and guidelines for customized system installation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Workshop on Advanced Visual Interfaces
Pages360-363
Number of pages4
Volume2006
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventAVI '06 - Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces 2006 - Venezia, Italy
Duration: May 23 2006May 26 2006

Other

OtherAVI '06 - Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces 2006
Country/TerritoryItaly
CityVenezia
Period5/23/065/26/06

Keywords

  • Ambient intelligence
  • Brain-computer interfaces
  • Robotic navigation
  • Severe motor impairment
  • Technologies for independent life

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Science(all)

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