Designing of Wheelchair to provide Ability to Move around for Disabled People using Electrooculography
MLA Style: Daizy Chevli, Animesh Kothiya, Jignal Patel, Kavil Purohit, Dimpal Khambhati "Designing of Wheelchair to provide Ability to Move around for Disabled People using Electrooculography" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.3 (2019): 75-79.
APA Style:Daizy Chevli, Animesh Kothiya, Jignal Patel, Kavil Purohit, Dimpal Khambhati (2019). Designing of Wheelchair to provide Ability to Move around for Disabled People using Electrooculography. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(3), 75-79.
In our daily life robots play a key role in advancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. There is a wide range of systems that allow to manage independent mobile robotics. The main purpose of our control system is to guide an independent mobile robots by using Electrooculography (EOG). The EOG signals can developed using Ag/AgCl electrodes and developed EOG signals are managed by the microcontroller for the calculation of eye gaze. The system has been verified using the test signal which has been provided by potentiometer. The cataloguring of different eye movements permits us to create simple code for monitoring the wheelchair. This work was designed towards developing a functioning and low cost assistive robotic wheelchair system for disabled people speciality with the eye-motor coordination. The movement of the human eye signal is used as a control signal for the wheelchair movement, called Human Machine Interface System. The goal is to design an Electrooculography based system which can be helpful for a physically handicap person.
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Electrooculography(EOG), Microcontrol-ler, Electrodes, Motor, Motor Driver, Wheelchair.