Images: Intel Artificial Intelligence Opens Door to Mobility for Quadriplegic Community

  • HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 faci
  • Jim Ryan, disabilities advocate and blogger of “My Quadriplegic
  • Jim Ryan, disabilities advocate and blogger of “My Quadriplegic
  • Mobility is often enabled through caregivers or through a motori
  • HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 faci
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Photo 1: HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 facial expressions to control their motorized wheelchair – moving forward, turning and stopping. Instead of invasive body sensors, the Wheelie 7 uses a 3D Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR300 mounted on the wheelchair to stream data that AI algorithms process in real time to control the chair. (Credit: HOOBOX Robotics)

Photo 2: HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 facial expressions to control their motorized wheelchair – moving forward, turning and stopping. Instead of invasive body sensors, the Wheelie 7 uses a 3D Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR300 mounted on the wheelchair to stream data that AI algorithms process in real time to control the chair. (Credit: HOOBOX Robotics)

Photo 3: HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 facial expressions to control their motorized wheelchair – moving forward, turning and stopping. Instead of invasive body sensors, the Wheelie 7 uses a 3D Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR300 mounted on the wheelchair to stream data that AI algorithms process in real time to control the chair. (Credit: HOOBOX Robotics)

Photo 4: Mobility is often enabled through caregivers or through a motorized wheelchair with complex sensors placed on the body that require special education to operate. HOOBOX Robotics’ Wheelie 7 uses AI and a 3D Intel RealSense Depth Camera SR300, without invasive body sensors, providing users with independence and control over their location. (Credit: HOOBOX Robotics)

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