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Development of a non-invasive CAPacitive sensor oral MOUSE interface for the disabled elderly
File text/texmacs D1.1 User requirements
The aim of the user requirements is to study and define the development specifications within the consortium in order to deliver a concept that corresponds to the demands of prospective end users.
File SIS package D1.3 Risk Analysis
This document gives an overview of the risks involved in the development of the capacitive sensor oral mouse device – the CapMouse.
File SIS package D1.4 Market Analysis
File chemical/x-mdl-rdfile D2.1 Sensor HW and SW and board
File ECMAScript program D3.1 Image boards showing visual targets - Matrix of preferences
File Octet Stream D3.1 Persona
File text/texmacs D3.3 Definition and choice of materials according to FDA requirements
File Octet Stream D2.3 & D4.2 Report describing the optimal processing algorithm including the output of normalized data
File Troff document D4.3 and D5.2 User testing functionality and and comfort - combined report
The aim for the functional end user testing is to study how first time users are perceive the CapMouse prototype with its functionality. And if they are able to perform basic tasks on the computer with the CapMouse headset, to see if the CapMouse is a hands free full mouse replacement.
File PS document D6.3 Stakeholder workshops
This report represents the workshops that were either organized by the CAPMOUSE consortium members or where the CAPMOUSE consortium members participated, to present the work done and get various feedbacks from the workshop participants. In total the CAPMOUSE project and its results were presented in at least 16 different events. Some of these were targeted to end-users (Gothenburg, Stockholm) and some to more general public as well as possible business clients (Oslo, Gent, Trondheim, Aalter, AAL forums).
File text/texmacs D6.4 Four articles in international magazines w attachments
File D6.5 Technology Marketing Plan