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Project #131 Robert D. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Ashley Furniture Lift Chair/Recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated solution that allows Robert to control his Ashley Furniture Lift chair/Recliner using his Tobii communicating device. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #132 Brian M. – Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Drive Full Electric bed. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Brian to control his Drive Full Electric bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #133 Gunther L. – Unknown Disease

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use the Amazon Drop-In feature to communicate with his mom . 3. Be able to voice control his desktop fan. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Gunther could control his Samsung TV. 2. We provided two Amazon Echo Dots and configured them for the Drop-In Feature. 3. We designed a voice activated controller for his Desktop fan. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #134 Tom S. – Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Hill Rom P870 Full Electric bed. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Tom could use voice commands to control his TV. 2. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Tom to control his Hill Rom P870 Full Electric bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #135 Marilyn M. – Parkinson

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to control her TV 2. Be able to use voice to call the nurse Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Marilyn could use voice commands to control her TV 2. We designed a voice activated nurse call solution for Marilyn to be able to call the nurse. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #136 Stan M. - ALS (Project #2)

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #137 Gerry C. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #138 Brian M. – Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (Project #2)

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to call the nurse/assistant. Solution – High Level: 1. We decided on using a commercially available button pusher. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #139 Steve C. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control (via iPad Tobii) his Golden PR515 lift chair/recliner. 2. Be able to use his iPad based Tobii to call for help to his wife when needed. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a solution for his Golden PR515 lift chair/recliner where Steve’s iPad based Tobii can control his chair. 2. We designed a solution that included a wireless Attendant Call device from Adaptive Tech Solutions, LLC. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #149 Christine A. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935 To see full details of this solution, click here.
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Project #131 Robert D. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Ashley Furniture Lift Chair/Recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated solution that allows Robert to control his Ashley Furniture Lift chair/Recliner using his Tobii communicating device. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #132 Brian M. – Progressive

Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Drive Full Electric bed. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Brian to control his Drive Full Electric bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #133 Gunther L. – Unknown

Disease

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use the Amazon Drop-In feature to communicate with his mom . 3. Be able to voice control his desktop fan. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Gunther could control his Samsung TV. 2. We provided two Amazon Echo Dots and configured them for the Drop-In Feature. 3. We designed a voice activated controller for his Desktop fan. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #134 Tom S. – Progressive

Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Hill Rom P870 Full Electric bed. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Tom could use voice commands to control his TV. 2. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Tom to control his Hill Rom P870 Full Electric bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #135 Marilyn M. – Parkinson

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to control her TV 2. Be able to use voice to call the nurse Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Marilyn could use voice commands to control her TV 2. We designed a voice activated nurse call solution for Marilyn to be able to call the nurse. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #136 Stan M. - ALS (Project #2)

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #137 Gerry C. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #138 Brian M. – Progressive

Multiple Sclerosis (Project #2)

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to call the nurse/assistant. Solution – High Level: 1. We decided on using a commercially available button pusher. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #139 Steve C. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control (via iPad Tobii) his Golden PR515 lift chair/recliner. 2. Be able to use his iPad based Tobii to call for help to his wife when needed. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a solution for his Golden PR515 lift chair/recliner where Steve’s iPad based Tobii can control his chair. 2. We designed a solution that included a wireless Attendant Call device from Adaptive Tech Solutions, LLC. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #149 Christine A. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Pride Mobility PL935 lift chair/recliner Solution – High Level: 1. We updated our voice solution for the model 2022 Pride Mobility PLR935 To see full details of this solution, click here.