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New Tongue Drive System Uses Dental Retainer to Operate Wheelchair

“It’s been a while since we covered news about the tongue controller which enables quadriplegics the ability to operate wheelchairs and other devices by moving their tongues. The newest prototype of the Tongue Drive System makes use of a dental retainer with sensors to help control the system. The embedded sensors within the retainer track the movements of a small magnet attached to the tongue.”

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Stanley Darma, MedGadget, 21 February 2012

21 February 2012 | Categories: News | Country: United States | Tag(s): Rehabilitation, Sensors, Wheelchair
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