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SleepSmart was a class project focused on understanding sleep patterns and responding with light and soothing sound to match those patterns and preferences.
This project explores the potential benefits of assistive robots in the home for helping older adults live independently.
The purpose of this project is to develop a reliable, simple, and cost-effective solution to measuring gait speed in clinical and home settings.
This project explores the use of technologies in the bathroom to assist older adults with independent living in the home.
The Ambient Alert project built upon previous research from the Georgia Tech related to aging in place and notifications in a home environment.
How can we apply design thinking and inclusive design principles to different problems?
Emerging smart home technologies provide opportunities to research the application of said tech for independent living.
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