Assistive Technology: From Virtuality to Reality : AAATE 2005

Front Cover
Alain Pruski, Harry Knops
IOS Press, 2005 - Medical - 781 pages
0 Reviews
Points towards the difficulty encountered in research and development carried out by laboratories to reach the users. This book aims at alerting developers so that they pay attention to the outcome of their work. Inventive research and technologies which have a high potential in the field of Assistive Technology are described in this publication.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

A Case Study of Interaction Between
3
Independence in Relation with Physical Characteristics of the Living Environment
19
A Care Support System for Disabled People Using the Mirror Agent
36
Why Some Health Professionals Adopt Elder Home Care Telemonitoring Service
51
User Test Results with the Final Prototype of the Predictive Typing System FASTY
59
NetworkBased Accessibility Services for People with Disabilities
69
Testing the Electronic Abacus
81
Translate Patient Needs by Studying Ocular
91
Guidance for Assistive Technologies in Education and the Workplace Advancing
391
Hybrid Books What is It for and How to Create Them
401
Comparative Survey
413
Interaction Design UserProfile IDUP A Framework for Evaluating User
418
A First Experience
437
Designing Educational Software Dedicated to People with Autism
456
An Assistive Technology for the Care of Children with
473
From
482

The Accessibility of OnLine Encyclopaedias for People with Print Disabilities
103
The SupportEAM
113
Application
129
Potential Application to Assistive Technologies
145
Designing and Developing a Virtual Home for Aphasia Patients
158
Innovative Application of
174
The Use of ICT in the Delivery of Unplannable Care
188
Conversational Rate and Communicative Competence
202
Development of Simple Driving Simulator for the Driving Skill Evaluation of
219
Assistive Technology for Visual Impairment
239
Overview of the Universal Maths Conversion Library
256
ITSE Project Improved Assistive Technology Services
269
Accessibility and Product Ecologies
282
The BIME Production Unit A Technology Transfer Solution
299
How Can Blinds Get Information in Public Transports Using PDA? The RAMPE
304
Pose Estimation and Docking of Robotic Wheelchair to Robotic Transfer System
317
Infrared NonContact Head Sensor for Control of Wheelchair Movements
336
A Comparison of Interactive and Robotic Systems in Therapy and Education
353
AT Training a la Carte in Flanders by MODEM Selling Your Soul
374
Addressing the Challenges Facing Independent Assistive Technology Centres
383
Are the Web Accessibility Guidelines Applicable and Sufficient for
499
Experience Report in the Deployment of a Smart Environment Control Service
517
A Robotic System to Enable and Analyze Play of Children with Physical
535
A Simple Game Generator for Creating AudioTactile Games
545
The National Accessibility Case in Norway NACNO
578
Route Recognition with Augmented
596
Can Loudness Growth Function Be Predicted by ASSR Response?
613
Genesis of Wearable DSP Structures for Selective Speech Enhancement
619
The Evaluation of a Web Browser for Blind People
637
Effects of Crank Handbike Adjustments on the Upper Extremity Pain
652
Mapped Virtual Reality for a Safe Manipulation in Rehabilitation Robotics
666
R Thieffry E Monacelli and S Delaplace
680
The Challenge of Inclusion Electronic Portfolios Linking Learning
689
A Model for Consortium Training in TransEuropean Assistive Technology
705
Accessible Information and Quality of HumanComputer Interaction
718
Outcomes in Assistive Technology
735
CostEffectiveness in Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired People
750
VEMS Training Wheelchair Drivers
757
ICT as a Tool for Inclusion Equal Opportunities for Children with Motor
772
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information