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These high-tech assistive devices are making some limitations for people with diabilites a thing of the past. This high-tech  assisitive device allows for people who use a wheelchair to be able to use the stairs without help from others.

These high-tech assistive devices are making some limitations for people with diabilites a thing of the past. This high-tech assisitive device allows for people who use a wheelchair to be able to use the stairs without help from others.

Handbike : The Firefly is an electric bike you attach to a manual wheelchair.~ http://www.rollick.biz/en/products/firefly/firefly.html

Handbike : The Firefly is an electric bike you attach to a manual wheelchair.~ http://www.rollick.biz/en/products/firefly/firefly.html

Wheelchair design technologies including Segway & GM launch the PUMA personal mobility concept wheelchair. >>> See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of SCI videos at SPINALpedia.com

Wheelchair design technologies including Segway & GM launch the PUMA personal mobility concept wheelchair. >>> See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of SCI videos at SPINALpedia.com

Redman Power Chair Demo Videos Not sure how it is compare to Permobil C400 for people with cerebral palsy or its price.   One different I noticed, there is a demo on stand to sit in a natural position.

Redman Power Chair Demo Videos Not sure how it is compare to Permobil C400 for people with cerebral palsy or its price. One different I noticed, there is a demo on stand to sit in a natural position.

A system designed at Georgia Institute of Technology enables people with high-level spinal cord injuries to operate a computer and electrically powered wheelchair by moving their tongues. The Tongue Drive, as the system is called, now in prototype, allows a user to wear a dental retainer completely inside the mouth embedded with sensors to control the system (pictured above). The sensors track the location of a tiny magnet attached to the user’s tongue.

A system designed at Georgia Institute of Technology enables people with high-level spinal cord injuries to operate a computer and electrically powered wheelchair by moving their tongues. The Tongue Drive, as the system is called, now in prototype, allows a user to wear a dental retainer completely inside the mouth embedded with sensors to control the system (pictured above). The sensors track the location of a tiny magnet attached to the user’s tongue.

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