Disabled World highlights some of the best disability accessible technology featured at CES 2017, including interesting video clips and information showcasing assistive tech aids for blind, elderly, and wheelchair users accessible technology devices from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Foot Powered VR and Gaming Controller
For gamers, designers, architects, and professionals who want to do more in their 360° environments, 3DRudder is the only product that makes VR movement easy - keeping your hands totally free.
3dRudder also works as a foot-operated 3D mouse for drones in the air and under water, and for CAD software and design.
More Information: 3dRudder - Foot Powered Virtual Reality and Gaming Controller.
At CES 2017, carmaker Hyundai reveals the company's foray into robotics with an exoskeleton robotic suit design to help people with disabilities become more mobile.
The Leka features various learning activities to help kids with learning disabilities improve fine motor and social skills.
HTC Vive at CES 2017 unveils new headstrap with rigid body and adjustable earphones. As well as a tracking puck tracker accessory.
More Information on VR for Disabled: Disability and Virtual Reality Technology.
Aira's high-tech approach uses a real-time interactive cloud-based dashboard, built to create for the blind an augmented reality context with live data streams from cameras, GPS, and other sensor systems from wearable platforms such as Google Glass and Pivothead.
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) introduces and demonstrates its Intelligent Vision System for Companion Robots at CES 2017.
ITRI invites potential partners and attendees to booth #2015 Tech East, Westgate, to play chess and have coffee with a robot commanded by ITRI's Intelligent Vision System.