About the project:
Helping impaired populations understand non verbal cues better . Submitted by Zoltan Boka
Non-verbal communication relies on physical cues that autistic and TBI persons may not be able to grasp., The number of TBI survivors and non-verbal people with autism and other cognitive disabilities is steadily increasing. There is a need for a way to improve the bidirectional communication between the person with a disability and the human surrounding.environment
The solution may involve assistive technology that will be not only adaptive to an individual but that will also use additional signals like vital signs, brain waves, and other sources as well as an the adaptive algorithm to enhance this bidirectional communication.