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The AUDETEL project developed an innovative system designed to make television accessible to visually impaired people through audio description. This takes the form of an audio commentary which is transmitted during the natural gaps that occur in the sound of a television prog...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 21237
Last updated on: 1998-09-21
ID: 169
Start date: 1991-01-01, End date: 1992-04-01
Millions of visually impaired people throughout Europe regularly watch and enjoy television, even though they are not able to gain as much information from the picture as normally sighted people. The AUDETEL project aims to provide such people with an extra speech channel, ...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 17215
Last updated on: 1993-09-22
ID: 150
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1993-04-01
The MARCUS project aims to inject fresh thought into prosthetic hand design. There are two main areas of improvement aimed at in MARCUS; sensorisation of the hand, and nearer anthropomorphic design. Force and slip-detection sensors are to be incorporated in the fingertips a...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 17221
Last updated on: 1993-09-22
[REPORT SUMMARY] Advanced prosthetic hands
Prosthetic hands are conventionally designed so that the user has to actively control the pressure exerted by the thumb and fingers. This results in a restricted range of actions as a user can generate only a limited range of signals through a myoelectric interface. The advanc...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 21236
Last updated on: 1998-09-21
People with profound hearing impairment are helped only a little by conventional amplifying hearing aids, especially in the presence of reverberation and noise. Modern digital signal processing techniques offer the hope of improved devices which select the elements of speech e...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 21235
Last updated on: 1998-09-21
ID: 133
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1993-01-01
The project is concerned with the development of a wearable prototype aid, providing optimal auditory support for lipreading to the substantial numbers of people in Europe with such profound hearing impairment that conventional aids are of little assistance. This new approa...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 17235
Last updated on: 1993-09-22
The project surveyed, analysed and modelled the work of the rehabilitation technology (RT) market in Europe, specified and defined an information system, and took actions to raise the level of awareness and consensus on issues relating to the single market in RT. Its initial r...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 21234
Last updated on: 1998-09-21
ID: 126
Start date: 1992-02-01, End date: 1993-08-01
This project surveys, analyses and models the Rehabilitation Technology market in Europe, as well as taking action to raise the level of awareness and consensus on issues relating to a Single Market in Rehabilitation Technology.
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 17233
Last updated on: 1993-09-22
ID: 123
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1993-07-01
This project aims to build a knowledge based model to provide expert advice relating to the integration of disabled people in working environments. This system will provide information about technology and about disabled people in relation to the working environment and also...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 17232
Last updated on: 1993-09-22
In addition to the day-to-day problems that affect people with disabilities, they face further difficulties in finding and keeping employment. The MODEMA project seeks to improve their integration in the workplace by providing them with information on all aspects of employment...
Programme: HS-TIDE 0
Record Number: 21233
Last updated on: 1998-09-21
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