• Frederik Falk
  • Oliver Gyldenberg Hjermitslev
4. semester, Vision, Grafik og Interaktive Systemer, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
Currently, tetraplegics have limited opportunities to perform activities of daily living (ADL) independently from caregivers. This project explores the possibility of introducing a shared control system based on computer vision and multimodal intent prediction. Following a review of previous work, we design a solution to improve simple interactions necessary for ADL. This system utilizes galvanic skin response and a novel intent prediction method based on previous user input. An evaluation with 24 able-bodied people was conducted to gather both subjective and objective data about the interactions and performance. Evaluation shows that aggressive arbitration can be a hindrance in certain measurements, but a tradeoff exists which requires more work and a longer, more comprehensive evaluation to define.
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