Design and development of Infrared activated tongue computer interaction system
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This thesis reports a novel approach to translate tongue voluntary motion data into user-specific parametric tongue position models which are then used to train a classifier. The classifier is then tested to localise tongue movements into cursor movement on screen. It can be used by rehabilitation centres and researchers to develop tongue assistive technology. The system, designed and developed to let disabled people use tongue for interacting with computers, is called InfraRed (IR) Activated Tongue-Computer Interaction System (IRTCIS)
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