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タイトル :Development of a Mouthpiece Type Remote Controller for People with Disabilities : Basic Investigation of the Specifications and Characteristics of the Remote Controller
著者 :Terasima, Shojiro George
Satoh, Eiichi
Kotake, Kazuo
Sakamoto, Isao
公開者・出版者 :IOS Oress
刊行年月 :2011
掲載誌名 :Selected Papers from the Japanese Conference on the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology : 23rd JCAART 2008, Niigata
開始ページ :146
終了ページ :155
ISSN :1383-813X
抄録 :Persons with disabilities from cervical level spinal cord injuries have difficulty with activities of daily living, such as turning switches ON or OFF and driving powered wheelchair. A variety of operation devices have been developed for people with such serious disabilities: voice or breath control, head motion control and eye movement control systems etc. for example. Each has its own merits and disadvantages respectively, but a need still exists to develop other types of device interfaces. Tongue movement control is also an option and is one of solutions applied to several assistive devices for persons with disabilities. In this study, we have tried to develop a mouthpiece- type remote controller for those with serious disabilities. This remote controller has passive Radio Frequency Identification transponders, with no batteries required. In order to develop the mouthpiece remote controller, we need to know the basic characteristics of the RFID and what type of Radio Frequency Identification should be applied to this mouthpiece remote controller. Therefore, we inverigated the basic characteristics of the RFID transponders, including 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz type.The Maximum Communication Range was measured under three environmental conditions of the atmosphere, water and meat. Every RFID transponders of 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz type has enough MCR under each condition. Then we developed a trial mouthpiece type remote controller using 13.56 MHz transponders. This trial remote controller was also evaluated with the same tests. The results indicated that this trial controller has performed satisfactorily and may be applied safely to the mouthpiece-type remote controller for people with serious disabilities. To make sure that the trial controller was able to control a powered wheelchair, we first tried to operate a remote-controlled model car. TR3-MD001E was used as the RFID identifier system. NI 9263 and cEJO 9014 were used to control the model car. With this system, we succeeded in operating the model car by pushing the switches on the mouthpiece remote controller with the tongue. It was suggested that possibility of this system can be applied to new assistive devices for people with serious disabilities.
キーワード :Activities of Daily Living
Assistive Technology
Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
Human Interface Controller
Muscular Dystrophy
RFID
Remote Controller
Spinal Cord Injury
資料種別 :Journal Article
言語 :eng
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/31889
出現コレクション:10 査読済論文 = Postprint

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