A person with physical disabilities can’t interact with the world the same way as the able, but there’s no reason we can’t use tech to close that gap. This is a device that mounts to a wheelchair and offers its occupant the ability to see and interact with the people and things around them in powerful ways.
But as helpful as assistive technologies can be, they’re still not inclusive of everyone. Most technologies, like Google Home and text-to-speech software, rely on the user having control of their arms, hands, or voice. This excludes most of the 5,000 or so people who are diagnosed with ALS each year, and potentially those affected by multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injuries.
In this project we are using Pico Voice to control every aspect in the house .The device would be mounted on a wheelchair and We have to train people Pico Voice with Sounds of ALS patients and then we can use the device .
Need to include the camera also which tracks faces and can recognise them from a personal (though for now, cloud-hosted) database for people who need help tracking those with whom they interact. Also need to include sensors to control the device using tongue or cheek with their preference.