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Purdue assistive wheelchair tray could help people use mobile devices more easily

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Published on Aug 15, 2013

"RoboDesk," a motorized wheelchair tray being developed at Purdue University, could provide people with disabilities with an assistive technology so they can more easily use iPads and other mobile devices.

A full news release about RoboDesk is available at http://otc-prf.org/news/assistive-whe...

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