Technology & Innovation: Technologies for Disabilities Now Available

New Issue: Volume 20, Issues 1 & 2

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Now Available: Technologies for Disabilities

The National Academy of Inventors is delighted to announce the latest issue of Technology and Innovation: “Technologies for Disabilities” [20.1-2]. This double issue explores the importance and need for innovators and inventors to develop technologies that will help restore or improve function for people with disabilities, as well as enhance their relationship with their environments and peers. The full publication is now available on Ingenta, where you can explore individual articles. 

Technologies for Disabilities
Volume 20, Nos. 1-2

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Technologies for Disabilities
Tilt Tracker: Technical Note on an mHealth System to Monitor and Prevent Ulcer Development Among Power Wheelchair Users
Development of the Pneuchair: Pneumatic-Powered Wheelchair
Development of a Series Wrapping Cam and Energy-Storing Spring System for Application in Wearable Robotic Arm Supports
Real-Time Feedback Derived from Wearable Sensors to Improve Gait in Parkinson’s Disease
The Development of a Novel Lightweight Transradial Prosthetic: A Proof-of-Concept Study
Initial Cadaver Implantation Strength and Polymer Compatibility of a Fused Filament Fabricated Osseointegration Screw for Transhumeral Amputation Prosthetics
Functional Differences of Bilateral Transfemoral Amputees Using Full Length and Stubby-Length Prostheses
Social Interaction Without Vision: An Assessment of Assistive Technology for the Visually Impaired
Accessible Mobile Navigation: Convenience to Some is Independence for Others
Leveling the Playing Field: Supporting Neurodiversity Via Virtual Realities
Person-Centered Technologies for Individuals with Disabilities: Empowerment Through Assistive and Rehabilitative Solutions
Beyond Participation: Empowering People with Disabilities in Research and Design

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