ALS Cheek Sensor
Our new headset is a game-changing assistive technology device that detects cheek movements to help people with severe disabilities interact with computers. By using two distance sensors and an Arduino ProMicro, our headset can detect even the slightest movements of the user's cheek muscles and translate them into computer commands.
As the creators of this technology, we wanted to make it as affordable and accessible as possible, which is why we've designed it to cost around $10 to create. We believe that everyone, regardless of their financial situation, should have access to the technology they need to live their lives to the fullest.
One of the most significant benefits of our headset is that it enables people with severe disabilities, such as ALS or cerebral palsy, to interact with computers and technology in a way that was previously impossible. By giving them greater independence and the ability to communicate and express themselves more effectively, our technology can help transform their lives.
We've made sure that our technology is customizable and easy to use, with compatibility with the popular Arduino programming language. This allows users to program and customize the device to their specific needs and abilities, giving them greater control over their technology and their lives.
In conclusion, we're proud to have created a groundbreaking assistive technology device that has the potential to change the lives of people with severe disabilities. With its affordability, ease of use, and customizable programming, our headset is a true game-changer in the field of disability support, and we're excited to see the impact it will have on people's lives.
Cheek Sensor With Filter
Are you interested in creating your own facial gesture headset? Our new video tutorial will guide you through the process, from wiring the necessary components to programming your device, all for a cost of around $10.
Our facial gesture headset uses touch sensors that are placed near the face and triggered with simple facial movements. With this device, users can control robots or other devices, making it an excellent assistive technology device for people with disabilities such as ALS or spinal cord injuries.
Our video tutorial is designed to be accessible and easy to follow, even for those who are new to the world of electronics and programming. We'll walk you through the process of wiring everything together, testing your connections, and programming your device using the popular Arduino programming language.
We've kept the cost of our facial gesture headset low to make it accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial situation. By using affordable and readily available components, we've created a device that anyone can build and customize to their specific needs.
In conclusion, our video tutorial is an excellent resource for anyone interested in creating their own facial gesture headset. By following our step-by-step instructions, you'll be able to build an innovative assistive technology device that can improve the lives of people with disabilities. With its low cost and customizable programming, this device is an excellent way to explore the world of assistive technology and create a device that can truly make a difference in someone's life.